A passenger broadcast live the moment a plane crashed in Nepal, killing 68 people.
The man is teleported with his cell phone from an airplane window seat.
After a city view PokharaThe man focused on the cabin where the passengers were quiet.
However, after a few seconds, the image became turbulent and after the chaos the flames were estimated.
Reuters was able to confirm that the location in the video is Pokharabecause the buildings match the satellite imagery.
The seats feature the Yeti Airlines logo and the wing configuration matches archival photos of the aircraft.
Emergency services have already located the black box of the Yeti Airlines plane that crashed Sunday in the Nepalese city of Pokhara.
On Monday, authorities were still working near the crash site.
The government formed a committee with representatives from various institutions to investigate the incident. The French Bureau of Investigation and Analysis for Civil Aviation Safety (BEA, for short in French) also reported sending its experts.
The plane left Kathmandu at 10:33 am (local time) and crashed for unknown reasons while approaching Pokhara International Airport in the City River Valley.
The authorities rule out the possibility that there were survivors among the passengers on board.
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