All 22 bodies located after Nepal plane crash

All 22 bodies located after Nepal plane crash

Rescue workers have been able to retrieve and locate all 22 bodies after a plane crashed in Nepal.

Nepal plane crash
Youtube/ Screenshot (CNA)

On Sunday, a small passenger plane in Nepal crashed into a Himalayan mountainside after being exposed to cloudy weather. 

According to Reuters, the plane included 22 passengers - "two Germans, four Indians, and 16 Nepalis."

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Nepali soldiers and rescue workers were deployed to locate the wreckage and find the victims. 

Despite the difficult terrain and bad weather, they were able to retrieve and locate all 22 bodies. 

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According to the Nepali Government, they have set up a "five-member panel to determine the cause of the crash and suggest preventive measures for the future."

The De Havilland Canada DHC-6-300 Twin Otter aircraft was headed to a popular tourist destination, Jomsom, in Nepal when the plane crashed 15 minutes into the flight. 

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