The bodies of 48 victims from the Pokhara airplane crash have been brought to the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, Kathmandu on Tuesday for identification and postmortem.

According to Yeti Airlines, among the 70 deceased, 41 were identified as of Monday evening. Out of the 72 people on board the crashed aircraft, 70 people lost their lives in the plane crash and the whereabouts of two are yet to be ascertained.

Autopsies of 22 bodies were performed in Pokhara and the bodies were handed to respective family members. Meanwhile, the remaining 48 bodies, including that of crew members, foreign nationals and unidentified bodies were brought to Kathmandu via Nepal Army helicopters.