At least 68 people were killed when an aircraft crashed in Nepal on Sunday, a Nepal army spokesperson said, as hundreds of rescue workers scoured the hillside crash site.
The wreckage was on fire and rescue workers were trying to put out the blaze, local official Gurudutta Dhakal said.
A Yeti Airlines spokesperson, Sudarshan Bartaula, said there were 72 people onboard when the plane crashed between the old and new Pokhara airports in central Nepal
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