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Original title: Nepal airliner crash site: fuselage crashed into pieces

Nepal airliner crash site (Al Jazeera)

  Overseas Network, May 31st According to Al Jazeera’s news on the 31st, a small plane of Nepal’s Tara Airlines crashed on the 29th, killing all 22 people on board. The Nepalese military has released video and photos of the crash site.

Rescue workers transport bodies of victims (Al Jazeera)Rescue workers transport bodies of victims (Al Jazeera)

In an interview with Al Jazeera, a rescuer at the scene said: “Under the influence of the crash, the bodies of the victims were scattered everywhere, and the fuselage was also smashed into pieces.” At present, 10 bodies have been transported to Kathmandu, the capital of Nimir. examine. Due to the harsh local weather conditions, the rest of the remains could not be transported out, or were delivered on the 31st. The Nepalese military spokesman posted on social media on the 31st that all the remains of the 22 victims had been found.

Victim's family grief-stricken (Al Jazeera)Victim’s family grief-stricken (Al Jazeera)

Talking about the cause of the accident, Dior Chandra Lal Kahn, a spokesman for the Nepal Civil Aviation Authority, believes that it may be caused by weather conditions, but no conclusion can be reached and further investigation is still required. Some experts pointed out that Nepal’s extreme weather conditions and harsh terrain are the main reasons for the country’s plane crashes. (Wang Shanning from Overseas Network)

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