Kathmandu: Rescuers have started to retrieve the remaining bodies from the Yeti Airlines aircraft crash site in Pokhara.
According to Gyan Bahadur Khadka, spokesperson for the Kaski Police, rescuers have spotted dead bodies in the Seti gorge, but it has been extremely difficult to pull out the bodies.
“The bodies of 26 passengers on board the flight have been identified,” he said. “We have informed the relatives to receive the bodies.”
According to Assistant Chief District Officer of Kaski Anil Shahi, the bodies that have been identified will be handed over to the respective families after completing due procedures from 9:00 am today.
Likewise, preparations have been made to send the bodies of the unidentified and foreign nationals to Kathmandu.