Kathmandu: A 40-year-old Indian man, who long with his two daughters survived the crash of a small passenger plane in northern Nepal, is in critical condition while the girls are out of danger, doctors said today.
Nepalese authorities are also ready to hand over the bodies of 13 Indian victims, who were among 15 people killed in the crash of the Dornier 9N AIG aircraft of private carrier Agni Air near Jomsom airport yesterday, to the relatives as their post-mortem has been completed.
Tirumala Kidambi Shreekant, who suffered severe head injuries in the crash, is being kept on the ventilator, the doctors said.
Shreekant and his two daughters, who are among the six survivors, are undergoing treatment at the Manipal Education and Medical Group, Nepal, an Indian joint venture teaching hospital located in the tourist hub of Pokhara.
15/05/12 PTI/Daily News & Analysis