Confirmed: All crew members, passengers dead in Nepal plane crash
A plane carrying over 72 people between crew members and passengers crashes in Nepal, leaving no survivors.
Everyone on board the Yeti Airlines plane that crashed in Nepal has been confirmed dead, however, the cause of the tragic incident remains unknown.
According to local authorities, the plane crashed earlier on Sunday and neither crew nor passengers survived the accident. The plane, according to the airline's spokesperson, had 72 passengers, including 4 crew members on board.
According to the Russian embassy in Nepal, there were 4 Russian citizens aboard the plane that was traveling from the Nepali capital of Kathmandu to Pokhara.
Media reports note that the ATR 72 passenger plane crashed en route between the two airports.
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