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Plane crash, co-pilot and two policemen killed in the runway in Nepal

Plane crash, co-pilot and two policemen killed in the runway in Nepal

According to the news of Kathmandu Post, this incident happened when Samit Air's plane collapsed from the runway while preparing to fly.

Plane crash, co-pilot and two policemen killed in the runway in Nepal
Kathmandu: In Nepal's Everest area, a small plane on Lukla airport killed two helicopters (Nepal plane crash) while flying on the runway, in which one co-pilot and two policemen were killed. Died According to the news of Kathmandu Post, the incident took place when the plane of Summit Air slipped off the runway while preparing to fly and it hit helicopters standing on Lukla helipad, about 30-50 meters away from the runway. The newspaper quoted Tribhuvan International Airport spokesperson Pratap Babu Tiwari as saying that the co-pilot S Duncan, who was deployed on the helipad and died in the incident of Assistant Sub Inspector Ram Bahadur Kharka.

The newspaper quoted the hospital sources as saying that the injured assistant inspector Rudra Bahadur was injured in the hospital during the accident and died during treatment. They were brought to Kathmandu by plane. Captain RB Rokaya, who was flying the plane and Capt Chet Gurung of Manang Air, was injured in the incident. He is under treatment in his grand hospital and his condition is being told out of danger.


The aircraft collided with Manang Air and Mr. Air helicopters. Also known as the Tenzing Hillary Airport, the Lukla airport is considered to be one of the world's most dangerous airports due to small runways (527 meters) and inaccessible areas.

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