Three more US-Bangla plane crash survivors return Dhaka


Three Bangladeshis who survived the US-Bangla plane crash in Nepal have returning home.

The Biman Bangladesh flight carrying survivors, Mehedi Hasan, his wife Sayeeda Kamrunnahar Swarna and sister-in-law Almun Nahar Annie landed Dhaka Friday afternoon.

Three more US-Bangla plane crash survivors return Dhaka.

Petrified to take a flight again, the three wanted to travel by road but doctors prohibited them, citing their health conditions.

The three, who were being treated at Kathmandu Medical College Hospital, have been taken to the Dhaka Medical College Hospital from the airport.

A businessman from Gazipur, Mehedi was travelling to Nepal with his wife, cousin Faruq Hossain Priyok and his family.

Three more US-Bangla plane crash survivors return Dhaka.

Priyok, a photographer, and his daughter Priyonmoyi Tamara died in Bangladesh’s worst aviation disaster.

The plane crashed at Kathmandu’s Tribhuban International Airport on Monday and caught fire with 71 people on board.

The death toll stands at 49, including 26 Bangladeshis. There were four crew members among the Bangladeshis.

Another victim Shahreen Ahmed was brought to Dhaka on Thursday and admitted to the burn unit of Dhaka Medical College Hospital. The school teacher was better than before, according to DMCH burn unit.

Three more US-Bangla plane crash survivors return Dhaka.

Another survivor Rizwanul Hoque was taken to Singapore from Kathmandu’s OM Hospital on Wednesday.

A total of 10 Bangladeshis survived the crash.

Among them, Eakub Ali has been discharged by Norvic Hospital in Nepal. His brother Dipu Bepari wants to take him to Delhi, according to Bangladesh embassy in Nepal.

Imrana Kabir Hashi, a teacher at Rajshahi University of Science and Technology, was still in hospital care in Kathmandu.

Among the rest three, Sheikh Rashed Rubaiyat and Kabir Hossain are under intensive care and Md Shahin Bepari is admitted at the burn unit of the hospital.