The family of a young Canadian woman who was critically injured after a plane crash in Indonesia last year is being investigated for possible criminal negligence.

The woman, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, suffered a brain injury when her Cessna crashed into a tree in March.

The incident occurred as the Cessnas of a family travelling from the capital, Jakarta, were landing at the airport in the city of Surabaya when a single-engine Cessnap crashed into the trees, leaving the woman and two others seriously injured.

The Cessnah was carrying a passenger from the Indonesian capital, Suharto, and was en route from the United Arab Emirates.

The plane, which was carrying two other people, landed safely on Thursday and all three people were evacuated to a hospital.

The family of the Cissnah has denied the crash was caused by the crash, calling the crash a “freak accident.”

In a statement, the family said it was “deeply sorry for the tragic loss” of the woman, whose name is being withheld.

It said it is cooperating with the investigation.

The Ministry of Transport and Communications said it will work with the family to determine what was responsible.

The ministry also said it has ordered a thorough investigation into the crash.