Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Army medical plane crashes in Nepal


A Nepal Army Islander plane (RAN 49 BN 2T) carrying six persons--five armymen and a civilian--en route to Kathmandu from Nepalgunj met with an accident at Bowang-9 of Baglung district at around 7:15 pm, Tuesday.The bodies of all the six deceased along with the wreckage of the plane were found at the crash site, police said who reached the site at around 1 Tuesday night.

A spokesperson for the army, Ramindra Chettri, said that two crew members and four passengers--a doctor, a medical assistant, a patient and a relative of the patient-- were on board.

The bodies of all the six deceased along with the wreckage of the plane were found at the crash site, police said who reached the site at around 1 Tuesday night.

Pilots--Bishal Singh Rathod and Diwakar Karki--,Dr Rabita Pathak of Kathmandu, soldiers Milan Gotame of Bhaktapur and Keshav Aedi of Baitadi and his brother Ram Aedi were on board.

The plane was carrying Keshav Aedi to Kathmandu for treatment who is suffering from meningitis.

1 comments:

Yes its really sad news. I suggest you to correct one of the name of Pilot. His name is Bishal Singh Rathour not Bikash Singh Rathour because he is my brother.


Hope i will get good news from there. Wish my brother is alive.
Miss you bro and pray for you

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