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Yeti Airlines flight crashes in Pokhara, Nepal,All 68 passengers and 4 crew members dead.

Yeti Airlines flight crashes in Pokhara, Nepal, killing at least 32 people.

According to an official, an airplane crash on Sunday near Pokhara in central Nepal claimed the lives of at least 32 persons.

According to state-run media outlet The Rising Nepal, All 72 passengers.

All 68 passengers and 4 crew members dead.

5 Indians 10 foreign nationals among passengers were on board.

The Yeti Airlines ATR-72 when aircraft crashed.

Tek Bahadur K.C., the main district officer of Kaski, stated that the district administration office and the district police are coordinating a rescue effort in an effort to save at least a few individuals.

In Gandaki Hospital, he claimed, there were currently 32 dead bodies.

The flight was from Kathmandu, the nation’s capital, to Pokhara, which is located 129 kilometers (80 miles) to the west of Kathmandu.

“Deeply pained” by the fatal accident, according to Nepal’s Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal.

On Twitter, Dahal pleaded with security officers, government agencies throughout Nepal, and the populace to begin an efficient rescue.

Eight of the world’s fourteen highest mountains, including Everest, are found in the Himalayan nation of Nepal, which has a history of aviation mishaps. Its weather is unpredictable, and its airstrips are frequently located in remote mountainous regions.

The search for the wreckage of the 22-person Tara Air flight has resumed, as seen in photos, in Nepal.

How come flying in Nepal is so dangerous?

Last May, at a height of roughly 14,500 feet, a Tara Air flight carrying 22 people slammed into a Himalayan mountain. According to the database of the Aviation Safety Network, that was the country’s ninth deadly aviation disaster in the past ten years and its ninth overall.

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