Sriwijaya Air flight SJY 182 that crashed in Indonesia Saturday afternoon, local time, is suspected to have been found by the Indonesian Navy, which has now sent diving troops to start a search and rescue.

Officials lost contact with the plane around 2:40 p.m. local time as it was on its way to  Pontianak. 

The Boeing 737 had 62 people on board when it crashed. It took off at the Jakarta airport and crashed shortly after. It’s said to have taken a steep dive just four minutes after departing and was considered “missing.” 

Flight 182 fell about 10,000 feet in less than 60 seconds, Flightradar24 reports. 

The National Search and Rescue Agency in Indonesia found debris in the water near Thousand Islands. It’s not confirmed whether or not the debris that was found is from Flight 182, but it’s suspected that it is, according to the New York Times. 

In 2018, a 737 Max, which is designed by Boeing, crashed and killed everyone on board, a total of 189 people, due to malfunctioning in the antistall system. In 2019, another 737 Max crashed due to the same issue. 

All of these types of planes were grounded until a few weeks ago. 

It’s important to note that Flight 182 wasn’t a 737 Max, but it was built by the same company, Boeing. 

While there’s still much to know about the crash, information is continuously being updated as the Navy and the Search and Rescue Agency report their findings.

Sixty-two people were on board the missing Indonesian plane Sixty-two people were on board the missing Indonesian plane Photo: AFP / Louis Anderson