By Lauren Regnier
A plane crashed in a forest in Papua New Guinea Thursday, killing 28 people and leaving four survivors.
Two pilots were among the four survivors, reported the Huffington Post.
The Airlines PNG Dash 8 aircraft was flying from Lae to the resort hub of Madang when it crashed, reported the Huffington Post.
According to the Daily Telegraph, "'Initial indications are that there are no Australians amongst those killed,'" a spokesperson for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said.
According to the Australian Associated Press, most of the passengers were parents traveling to Madang for children's graduation ceremony, reported the Huffington Post.