No less than 38 dead after Bangladeshi plane with 67 travelers crashes and blasts into flares at airplane terminal in Nepa
A Bangladeshi plane with 67 travelers on load up slammed as it arrived at the Kathmandu air terminal in Nepal on Monday.
At minimum 38 dead after Bangladeshi plane with 67 travelers crashes and blasts into blazes at airplane terminal in Nepa
The plane, a twin-propeller Bombardier Dash 8 flying from Bangladesh, swerved over and again before it smashed, arriving toward the east of the runway and blasting into flares.
Crest of dark smoke could be seen ascending from the football pitch where the plane smashed. Firefighters combat to quench the consuming destruction and safeguard travelers.
A police official says no less than 38 individuals were murdered and 23 harmed. 10 individuals remained unaccounted for.
“There were 67 passengers and 4 crew members on board the plane, air terminal representative Prem Nath Thakur, at first said.
A representative for Dhaka-based US-Bangla Airline says 32 travelers are from Bangladesh, 33 from Nepal and one each from China and the Maldives.
Live film posted on social media demonstrated the transcending sections of smoke ascending behind the runway, where another plane stood looking out for the landing area.
Emergency vehicles gave off an impression of being heading into the smoke as people viewed from a separation or recorded on their cell phones.
A carrier official said some harmed travelers had been taken away by emergency vehicle.