Missing plane with 23 people on board found crashed in Nepal – Minister

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A missing aircraft of Tara Airlines with 23 people on board has been found crashed in Myagdi District in Nepal.

Ananda Pokharel, Minister for Tourism and Civil Aviation, confirmed in Kathmandu that it was found on Wednesday in a forest in Myagdi District”.

The minister said the aircraft crashed after colliding with trees and police said the bodies were not in identifiable position at the site.

Pokharel said the aircraft was carrying 18 passengers including two infants and three crew members.

Bhim-Raj Rai, Media Officer at Tara Airlines confirmed that a Chinese and one Kuwait nationals were among 21 people on board the missing aircraft of Tara Airlines in Nepal. (Xinhua/NAN)

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