Nepal Plane Crash Kills At Least 68
A Nepal plane crash killed dozens of people, but arguably the most terrifying aspect is the fact that the final minutes from inside the plane were filmed on camera by a passenger who had no idea what was happening.
The accident took place on Sunday during a 27-minute trip on Yeti Airlines from the city of Kathmandu to the town of Pokhara. There were a total of 72 people on board, including staff members.
The airport where the jet was supposed to land at had communication with the aircraft until just before it crashed, at which point it reportedly lost contact with the airport.
As soon as the plane hit the ground, flames instantly started shooting out of it... and the residents of the town ran out to the area where the jet had crashed.
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At least 68 killed in Nepal plane crash
The initial responders arrived at the scene and immediately began making efforts to transport as many patients as they could to nearby hospitals. At this time, 68 individuals have been reported killed, and there are still 4 persons who are missing... search efforts are currently being conducted.
It is now unknown what led the airplane to go into a nosedive; an inquiry into the incident is currently underway. However, footage recorded from the ground appears to show the final few seconds of the plane's flight before it crashed into a canyon, and it is horrifying to watch.
The film that was obtained from inside the cabin was much more unsettling. An individual who was on board the aircraft at the very moment it went down was actually broadcasting live on Facebook.
In the video of his broadcast, which has since gained widespread attention, it is clear that he is unaware that the aircraft is about to be destroyed.
Soon after, he begins filming more passengers in front of him beginning to lean to their right. Suddenly, the plane crashes into the ground, and flames fill the whole vision of the camera.
The voice on the tape appears to be that of a man who may or may not have survived the attack; however, his current condition is unknown. Due to the tragic loss of life, YA has decided to cancel all flights scheduled for Monday.