PK-661 crash: Authorities finish procedure of DNA test gathering

ISLAMABAD (Dunya News/AFP) – The blood tests of relatives of PK-661 crash casualties have been acquired for DNA testing on Friday.

The procedure to assemble the examples was started a day prior to which closed early morning at 5:20 am.

Overseer Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) Dr Altaf has said that no relative of the three nonnatives slaughtered in the crash have yet given the blood tests.

He maintained the examples got the previous evening will be sent to research facilities today.

The overseer likewise insisted that their work area will stay operational till the entry of last relative of the casualties to give DNA tests.

He said they will attempt their best to hand over the bodies to the families when the DNA report is gathered.

Atleast eight bodies have been distinguished which incorporate five travelers, one air-master and two watchmen.

Their bodies were given over to their relatives and were covered in their local towns.

The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight collided with a slope on Wednesday after one of its two turboprop motors fizzled while going from the city of Chitral to the capital, and burst into blazes killing no less than 47 individuals.

Prestigious religious researcher and face of previous music band, Junaid Jamshed and District Coordination Officer (DCO) of Chitral, Usama Warraich was among the 48 travelers on load up the disastrous flight.

The crash was the fourth deadliest on Pakistani soil.

In May that year a Pakistani military helicopter smashed in a remote northern valley, executing eight individuals including the Norwegian, Philippine and Indonesian agents and the spouses of the Malaysian and Indonesian emissaries.

In August 2015 another armed force helicopter slammed murdering 12 individuals, all military.

The deadliest air debacle on Pakistani soil was in 2010, when an Airbus 321 worked by private aircraft Airblue and flying from Karachi collided with the slopes outside Islamabad while going to land, slaughtering every one of the 152 on load up.

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