A 72-seater passenger plane crashed in the Kaski area of Pokhara, Nepal. Yeti Airlines spokeswoman Sudarshan Bartaula informed the Kathmandu Post that the plane crashed between the old airport and the Pokhara International Airport, carrying 68 passengers and four crew members.
Rescue efforts are continuing, and the airport is now closed.
Pokhara is around 200 kilometres from Kathmandu, the capital city. According to images and footage, the plane caught fire after the crash.
The jet took out from Kathmandu and crashed while landing, according to sources. According to reports, there were ten foreigners on board.
The first responders arrived, and residents were also spotted attempting to take out as many passengers as possible. Army and police personnel have arrived, and attempts are being made to put out the fire.