Tara Air Twin-Otter plane crash: 10 dead bodies being airlifted to Kathmandu | Ratopati

KATHMANDU, May 30: Ten dead bodies of people who were killed in the Tara Air Twin-Otter plane crash on Sunday are being airlifted to Kathmandu.


The crash site is at a distance of eight nautical miles from the Jomsom Airport. The wreckage of the airplane was found this morning at the Sanusare cliff at Thasang rural municipality-2 of Mustang district.


Twenty-two people including 19 passengers and three crew members were killed in the plane crash. The plane that had taken off from Pokhara Airport at 9.55 went out of contact at 10.7 am Sunday. It was flying towards Jomsom, Mustang. 


Ten dead bodies are being airlifted by a helicopter  of the Nepal Army, according to DSP Ram Kumar Dani of Mustang.


 

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