It was carrying two pilots and a flight attendant — all Nepalese — along with 16 Indians and two Danish citizens, both of whom survived, officials said.
Television footage showed the Danes being taken inside a hospital in the nearby city of Pokhara, the man being led on foot and the woman crying in pain as she was carried on a stretcher.
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Image: Bodies of victims of plane crash lie on the ground as Nepalese rescue workers inspect the site of the crash near Jomsom, 200 kilometers (125 miles) northwest of the capital, Katmandu, Nepal on Monday, May 14, 2012. The plane crashed into a mountain in the Himalayas while trying to land at an airport in northern Nepal on Monday, killing 15 people and critically injuring six.