Missing plane wreckage found in Nepal along with 14 bodies

Missing plane wreckage found in Nepal along with 14 bodies

Debris of plane missing in Nepal found alongside 14 bodies

The wreckage of the 43-year-old passenger plane that disappeared minutes after taking off over the mountains with 22 people on board in Nepal on Sunday May 29 was found alongside the bodies of 14 passengers.

A spokesperson for the Nepal Army took to Twitter to share the news of the plane wreckage located in Nepal, stating:

“Search and rescue troops have physically located the site of the plane crash. Details will follow.”

“Crash Site: Sanosware, Thasang-2, Mustang”.

Credit: Twitter @NASpokesperson

The tweets about the plane wreckage found in Nepal continued:

“Lieutenant Mangal Shrestha, the police inspector and a guide have already arrived at the site. Other rescue team members from different agencies are trying to reach the sites using small HCs. All possible means of reaching the site are being considered.”

“More detailed information about the rescue efforts can be obtained from the Rescue Coordination Center (RCC) at Kathmandu airport. Contact number: 01-4113000.”

“The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal has now confirmed that the #TaraAir twin otter 9N-AET aircraft which was missing since yesterday morning crashed at Thasang-2 in Mustang district at an altitude of 14,500ft,” it reads. in a tweet posted alongside an official document. in the shock

Credit: Twitter @ThiraLalBhusal

According to reports, there were 16 Nepalis, four Indians and two Germans on the flight, and fourteen bodies have been found so far, authorities continue to search for the surviving passengers.

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