Deadliest plane crash in Nepal, 68 died

Kathmandu: Domestic airline company Yeti Airlines’ aircraft has got into a deadliest crash on Sunday.

So far, 68 bodies have been found in the plane crash in Pokhara, while the condition of 4 people is unknown.
District Administration Office Kaski has informed that the search for them has been intensified.

A Yeti Airlines plane flying from Kathmandu to Pokhara on Sunday crashed in Seti Khonch behind the old Pokhara airport.

There were 72 people on the plane including 4 crew members.

Nepal Army, Nepal Police and Armed Police Force have been deployed in the rescue.

The body was searched for in the morning after removing the main part of the plane which was stuck on the hole.

The body has been kept at the Pokhara Institute of Health Sciences for post-mortem.