A woman has died after storm and bad weather downed a Colombian passenger plane while it was trying to land on the island of San Andres, official say.
The Boeing 737 with 121 passengers and six crew members onboard was trapped amid bad weather and an electrical storm over the Caribbean resort island and crashed short of the runway early on Monday.
"The plane arriving from Bogota landed in the middle of an intense electrical storm," Colonel Gustavo Barrero of the Colombia Air Force told reporters.
The plane's fuselage broke into three parts to leave 114 passengers injured while one passenger, Amar Fernandez de Barretos, suffered a heart attack just after the accident and died on the way to hospital.
"The captain of the airliner told us it was struck by lightning. We are inspecting the remains of the plane to try to establish what the damages were and what caused the accident," said Donald Tascon, deputy director of Colombia's aeronautics authority.
The injured were sent to the hospital and authorities say some of them are in critical condition.
The passenger jet was operated by local airline Aires.