As Indonesia’s National Search and Rescue Agency team is continuing its quest for the 62 passengers of Sriwijaya Air Boeing 737-500, a plane that crashed in Jakarta on Saturday, family members have gathered at a victim identification centre waiting for news of their loved ones, CNN reported on Sunday.

The jet went into a steep dive about four minutes after it left Soekarno-Hatta international airport in Jakarta on Saturday afternoon.

According to Indonesia’s Minister of Transportation, out of 62 passengers, 50 travellers were on board, including 43 adults and 7 children. The remaining 12 were the crew members.

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As per a CNN report, a couple– Agus Minarni and Muhammad Nur Kholifatul Ami– took the flight. Minarni’s brother Yudiansyah Yunus said the loss of his sister has left a huge hole in the family and that he will miss her terribly.

A family of five from Bangka island are missing and feared dead, according to an aunt of the family who spoke to CNN.

Ratih Windania, who was four months pregnant, was visiting family members in Jakarta with her 2-year-old daughter Yumna, 8-year-old nephew Athar Rizki Riawan, according to Riawan’s father Iwan.

She posted a story on her Instagram account before departing from Jakarta airport on Saturday. Windania also shared a happy photo of herself and her smiling daughter and nephew sitting on the plane just moments before the plane took off.

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Yohanes Suherdi had been in Jakarta on a business trip and was looking forward to returning to his family in Ngarak, a village several hours from Pontianak airport.

Earlier in the day, a military vessel picked up the plane’s signal, and divers recovered wreckage from around 23 metres below the water’s surface, the transport ministry of Indonesia said, citing Indonesia’s military chief Hadi Tjahjanto.