Sydney man Myron Love named as one of 72 feared dead in Yeti Airlines plane crash in Nepal

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Sydney man Myron Love has been named by Nepali authorities as one of those feared dead in the nation’s worst aviation disaster in three decades.

Nepal’s Civil Aviation Authority on Monday released the names, passport numbers and nationalities of the 72 passengers and crew onboard the plane that crashed west of Kathmandu, shortly before it was due to land. So far, at least 68 people have been confirmed dead.

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Written by Henry Belot
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2023/jan/16/sydney-man-myron-love-named-as-one-of-72-feared-dead-in-yeti-airlines-plane-crash-in-nepal under the title “Sydney man Myron Love named as one of 72 feared dead in Yeti Airlines plane crash in Nepal”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.