Three of the 68 people killed
in the Yeti Airline crash in Pokhara, Nepal on Sunday were returning home after from a funeral.
From a Funeral Service
According to reports, they were part of a five-member group from Nepal that attended the funeral service of evangelist Mathew Philip at Brethren Church Cemetery in Anicadu on January 13.
Two other members of the group, Deepak Tamang and Saran,
got off at Kathmandu while the three left on the ill-fated airline that crashed with 72 persons, including five Indian
Besides Indians, four Russians, two Koreans, an Australian, a French, an Argentine and an Israeli were also onboard the airline.