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Nepal plane crash: day of mourning announced as recovery effort restarts

At least 68 dead after Yeti Airlines ATR 72 plummeted into a steep gorge, smashed into pieces and burst into flames with 72 people onboard

Nepal observed a day of mourning on Monday for the victims of the nation’s deadliest aviation disaster in three decades, after 68 people were confirmed to have been killed in the plane crash and police said they did not expect to find any more survivors.

The Yeti Airlines ATR 72 plummeted into a steep gorge, smashed into pieces and burst into flames with 72 people onboard as it approached the central city of Pokhara on Sunday, police said.

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