Aircraft crashed in Nepal; 16 die
A private aircraft carrying 21 passengers including Indians crashed in western Nepal Monday morning, leaving 16 people dead, media reports say.
According to reports, a private aircraft belonging to Agni Air carrying most of the foreign passengers crashed at Jomsom, Western Nepal today morning.
A news portal claims that seven dead bodies of Indians have been found near the crash site.
Five passengers, including two children, two foreigners and an airhostess, have been rescued alive.
The plane, flying from a major tourist destination Pokhara to Jomsom crashed in which its front portion has been reported completely damaged.
--With IANS Inputs--
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