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Tara Air offers condolences to victims' family

2022 May 31, 14:29, Kathmandu

All 22 bodies, 3 crew members and 19 passengers, have been recovered from the incident site in the Tara Air plane crash that took place in the Mustang district of Nepal on Sunday morning.

Sending their condolences, Tara Air in a Press release said, "In this sad hour, We express our deepest condolences to the family, friends and relatives of the crew members and the passengers. We pray for god to give them the strength to endure this pain."

The bodies of the remaining 12 were brought to Kathmandu from the accident site. And their have been taken to the forensic medicine department of the teaching hospital for postmortem today. As per the post-mortem procedure, the bodies of 22 persons will be handed over to their respective families after.

The press release also read, "We would like to express our gratitude to the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal, Search and Rescue Coordinating Center, TAV Civil Aviation Office, Pokhara and Jomsom Civil Aviation Offices, District Administration Offices of Kaski and Mustang, Nepal Army, Nepal Police, Armed Police, various helicopter companies, local bodies, rescue team of Nepal National Mountain Guide Association for the help despite the adverse weather and geographical complexity."


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