A military helicopter has crashed into a house in Indonesia, killing three passengers and severely injuring three others, reports Daily Mail.
The helicopter was flying to the city of Yogyakarta on Friday when it reportedly lost engine power.
The Bell 205 helicopter crashed through the roof of an occupied house in a suburban neighbourhood north of the city.
Army spokesman Brig. Gen. Sabrar Fadhila said the three survivors were being treated for serious injuries.
He said the occupants of the house were away on holiday at the time of the crash.
'The engine apparently lost power but we are still investigating the cause of the crash,' Fadhila said.
The helicopter was flying to Yogyakarta as part of preparations for a visit by President Joko Widodo on Saturday.
Crashes of military aircraft are relatively common in Indonesia where the armed forces suffer chronically low funding.
In March a helicopter belonging to the Indonesian military crashed after taking off in heavy rain, killing 12 of the 13 people on board.