Nepal Plane Crash: 22 Bodies Last Found

Officials in Nepal announced Tuesday that they have located a 22nd body.

Nepal Plane Crash: 22 Bodies Last Found

Officials in Nepal announced Tuesday that they have located a 22nd body. This was the last body they had been looking for following the plane crash in the Himalayas. Deo Chandra Karn, spokesperson for Civil Aviation Authority, said that all the bodies had been located. "We will continue with the identification."

Tara Air's Twin Otter twin-engine Twin Otter flew on Sunday morning out of Pokhara (Nepal's second-largest city), 200km west of Kathmandu. Before losing radio contact, it took off from Pokhara.

The wreckage, which was 4,420m above sea level, was discovered the next day. It contained the bodies of 21 passengers. The aircraft carried 16 Nepalese and three crew members. It also had two Germans, four Indians, and two Germans.

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