kathmandu – Twenty-nine people have been confirmed killed in a crash of a plane in Nepal with 72 on board, but there were some survivors, an official said on Sunday.
“We have recovered 29 bodies so far and (we) have also sent some survivors to hospital for treatment,” said Gurudatta Dhakal, assistant chief official in Kaski district.
The Yeti Airlines plane crash is the latest aviation disaster to hit the Himalayan country.
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