Dozens of people have been killed after an airplane with 72 people on board crashed near Pokhara airport in central Nepal.
The Yeti Airlines flight from Kathmandu to the tourist town of Pokhara crashed on landing before catching fire.
Videos posted on social media show an aircraft flying low over a populated area before banking sharply.
At least 68 people are confirmed to have died, officials said. Several critically injured survivors were taken to hospital, unconfirmed reports said.
Local residents rushed to the crash site after seeing the aircraft plunge from the sky.
The flight set out with 68 passengers on board, including at least 15 foreign nationals, and four crew members.
Aircraft crash at Pokhara Airport in Nepal | 53 Nepali, 5 Indian, 4 Russian, One Irish, 2 Koreans, 1 Argentinian and a French national were on board: 40 dead; 5 Indians among passengers on board.
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