Nepal air crash: Who were the Victims?


Seventy-two people are believed to have died in the Nepal air crash the country’s worst air disaster in three decades.

Officials said 53 of the passengers were Nepalese, along with five Indians four Russians, and two Koreans. Others on board are reported to have included one passenger each from the UK, Australia, Argentina, and France.

The plane came down in a gorge near the airport of Pokhara, a tourist town it is not yet known what caused the crash.

However, searchers have recovered the Yeti airlines Plane’s voice and flight data recorders, and both are said to be in good condition. Here are some of those on board who lost their lives

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