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Nepal plane crash victims died as result of 'accident'

19 people lost their lives in the crash, seven of them were from Britain Credit: ITV News

A coroner has recorded a verdict of accidental death in the case of man from Staffordshire, and another from Northamptonshire, who both died in a plane crash in Nepal.

LEFT: Stephen Holding, 60, from Stoke-on-Trent, RIGHT Christopher Davey, 51, from Northamptonshire Credit: ITV News Central

Stephen Holding, who was 60 and from Barlaston, was on the aircraft which slammed into the runway and burst into flames after take-off from Kathmandu in September 2012.

Also on board was 51-year-old Christopher Davey from Moulton in Northamptonshire.

The plane never climbed above 100 feet and spun out of the sky and hit the runway 1minute 20 seconds after take-off Credit: ITV News

They were among a party setting off from Kathmandu for three weeks trekking in the shadow of Mount Everest.

Air crash Investigators say all passengers would've died on impact. Today a coroner ruled the 19 passengers and crew on board died ''as the result of an accident.''