VIDEO | A live broadcast on Facebook shows the moment of the plane crash in Nepal

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  • Jaiswal, 35, used his phone to livestream the landing of the flight

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VIDEO | A live broadcast on Facebook shows the moment of the plane crash in Nepal

The Times of India has released a video recording of a live broadcast from the Facebook account of Indian citizen Sonu Jaiswal, who was traveling in the ATR 72 of the Yeti Airlines company that crashed in a plane. this Saturday.

Nepalese authorities resumed rescue work on Monday to recover the four remaining bodies after the accident of a plane that crashed in the with 72 people on board in one of the worst plane crashes in the history of the Himalayan country.

Jaiswal, 35, used the You will use your phone to broadcast live the landing of the flight. He focuses in selfie mode and then turns the camera so that the ship and the rest of the passengers can be seen. He sticks the camera out the window until the sinister surprises him. The images become blurry, the phone falls and the only noises are heard. Finally, seconds before the image cuts out, all that is seen is fire.< /strong>

According to the Nepal Civil Aviation Authority, the passengers included 53 Nepalis, five Indians, four Russians, one Irishman, one Australian, one Argentine, two Koreans and one French.

The delivery of the already identified bodies to their families began immediately. This Monday once they had a test done. the autopsy indicated that Bahadur, who added than the corpses of foreigners “they will be airlifted to Kathmandu today.”

Due to the incident, the Nepali government ordered them to take over. declared It will mark this Monday as a day of national mourning in memory of the victims.

This is the second plane crash in the country in less than a year, after ;s that on May 29 a Tara Air plane crashed in the town of Jomsom, killing all 22 passengers on board.

This figure of The accidents in Nepal have led the country to be subjected to international sanctions for the lack of controls, and the European Union prohibited the use of accidents. in 2013 the access of Nepalese airlines in its territory.

Since November 1960, when the airline was registered. The first air accident in the country, more than 900 people have died in such accidents, according to statistics from the Nepal Civil Aviation Agency.