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Chilling Video Shows Passenger Unwittingly Capture Final Moments Before Plane Crashes in Nepal [DISTURBING VIDEO]

Chilling Video Shows Passenger Unwittingly Capture Final Moments Before Plane Crashes in Nepal [DISTURBING VIDEO]

This video shows the final moments inside the plane that killed at least 68 people with four others missing.

A video has emerged that was taken by a passenger on the jet that crashed in Nepal and it is evident that no one knew they were about to crash. At the end of the video, you could see the flames that engulfed the airliner. It appeared to be showing that no one could have survived the crash and it is heart rendering as all major disasters are.

There were 68 passengers and four crew members on the plane. Sixty-eight people are dead and four are missing and presumed to have perished as well. The jet was making a short trip from the Nepal capital of Kathmandu to the tourist town of Pokhara. It was to be a twenty-seven-minute flight. A video taken on the ground shows that the plane was in terrible danger, with one wing at a 90-degree angle as the plane was losing altitude. The plane disappeared from view, but you are able to hear the crash in the background.

In another video, a passenger recorded the flight and was live streaming it on Facebook that captured the crash and the ensuing flames. One of the passengers is enjoying the flight and is heard saying, “Mauj kar di,” meaning, “It’s real fun.” However, seconds later tragedy strikes. The plane leans to one side and you can hear the passengers screaming as they realize that they were about to die. I can’t imagine how that feels. I want to go to bed one night and never wake up.

From The Blaze

The plane crashed into a gorge, and the pilot averted hitting buildings in the area.

Hundreds of emergency rescue workers attempted to save any survivors of the Nepal plane crash. However, the flames from the plane were too hot to get close to the wreckage in the immediate aftermath.

Local resident Bishnu Tiwari told the Associated Press, “The flames were so hot that we couldn’t go near the wreckage. I heard a man crying for help, but because of the flames and smoke, we couldn’t help him.”

There were 72 people on the flight – 68 passengers and four crew members.

Yeti spokesman Sudarshan Bartaula said that there were 15 foreigners on board the plane, including five Indians, four Russians, two South Koreans, and one passenger each from Argentina, Australia, France, and Ireland.

Nepal’s Civil Aviation Authority said it was not immediately clear as to what caused the plane crash.

It was the worst plane crash in Nepal in 30 years. May they rest in God’s hands.


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