US-Bangla Plane crash: 3 more survivors arrive Dhaka, taken to DMCH


PV Desk : Three more Bangladeshi injured survivors of the US-Bangla Airlines plane crash in Nepal’s Kathmandu arrived in Dhaka on Friday afternoon.
A Biman Bangladesh flight carrying the victims landed at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka around 3:35pm.
The three survivors-Mehedi Hasan, Saiyoda Kamrun Nahar Swarna and Almun Nahar Annie.
Though they were supposed to be taken to United Hospital, they are being taken to Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) instead.
A total of 10 Bangladeshis survived the crash and 26 lost their lives.
Kamrul Islam, US-Bangla Airlines General Manager (Communications and Public Relations) announced about their arrival on Friday noon (March 16) at a press briefing in city’s Baridhara office.
The US-Bangla authorities will bear treatment cost, he said.
Earlier on Monday (March 12), a US-Bangla airlines plane carrying 71 people including 67 passengers has crashed on landing at Nepal’s Kathmandu airport killing 51 people.
On Thursday afternoon (Mar 15), Shareen Ahmed was the first crash victim to brought back home and admitted to Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) burn unit.