An Indonesian passenger jet has crashed in the busy residential city of Medan, killing more than 100 onboard and dozens of bystanders on the ground. The Mandala Airlines Boeing 737 was headed to Jakarta with 117 people onboard when it crashed shortly after takeoff. The plane burst into flames when it hit, setting fire to several homes and vehicles. Officials say at least 147 people have died. At least 15 people on the jet survived the crash. Scores of bodies already have been recovered from the crash scene. Officials say the dead include the governor of North Sumatra province. Indonesia's Mandala airlines reports the plane was carrying 112 passengers and five crew members.