Yeti Airlines plane crash: 10 foreigners in aircraft
Kathmandu, 15 January (2023) - Yeti Airlines plane that crashed in Pokhara Sunday is almost burnt, a police officer present at the crash site has informed Lokantar.
"Fire is still raging. No one has been rescued, We are trying to put off the fire," that policeman said.
He said that only the wing of the aircraft remains intact.
The crash site in full of smoke.
Ten foreigners were also in the crashed aircraft.
Kaski Deputy Chief District Officer Gurudatta Dhakal also said that fire is being doused.
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