New Delhi | Nepal Plane Accident : Since the plane crash, Nepal’s army was constantly struggling to locate the plane. The latest information has been received that Nepal’s army has got clues about the wreckage of the crashed aircraft of the airline ‘Tara Air’ in the mountainous Mustang district. In this regard, the Nepal Army officer gave information. However, he said that till now no information has been received about the 22 people on board the plane. Army spokesman Brigadier Narayan Silwal said that soldiers and rescue personnel have located the accident site. Detailed information related to this will be shared soon. He tweeted that the accident site is in Sanosware of Thasang-2 in Mustang district.
Sad News:The missing #TaraAir plane has been found in a wrecked condition since Sunday morning. According to the #Nepal Army, the plane was found in an accident at Thusang 2 of Mustang. It is located at an altitude of more than 4,000 meters. #PlaneCrash #accident #TaraAirlines pic.twitter.com/QVwYl63uGj
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Police inspector reached the accident spot with the help of guide…
Nepal Plane Accident : Silwal told that police inspector Lt Mangal Shrestha and a guide have reached the accident spot. He said that other rescue teams from different agencies are trying to reach the accident site through small helicopters. The use of all possible means is being considered to reach there. He has not yet given any information in this regard, what is the condition of the people traveling in the plane, whether any of them are alive or not.
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AIR CRAFTS WHETHER BIG OR SMALL NEED REGULAR MAINTENANCE OTHERWISE SUCH ACCIDENTS POSSIBLE – https://t.co/aWh8OgyPXv
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The flight was full on Sunday morning…
Nepal Plane Accident : Tara Air’s Twin Otter 9N-AET aircraft took off from Pokhara at around 10 am on Sunday. But after 15 minutes he lost contact with the control tower. A total of 22 people were on board the plane, including four Indians, two Germans and 13 Nepalese nationals. No information has been found about them yet. It is feared that due to bad weather and cloudy weather, it was difficult to reach the wreckage of the crashed plane. This Canadian-made aircraft was going from Pokhara to the famous tourist town of Jomsom in central Nepal.
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