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Investigations are continuing into the plane crash in Nepal in which four people from the North West were killed. None of the 19 people aboard survived. Brothers Vincent and Darren Kelly, from Bolton, died alongside Raymond Eagle from Macclesfield, and Tim Oakes from Warrington.
Four people from the North West have been killed in a plane crash in Nepal. The Foreign Office say they were among 19 people who died when the aircraft went down. Sarah Rogers has more:
Four British tourists who were among those killed in a plane crash in Nepal are believed to be from the North West of England. They have been identified as:
- Raymond Eagle, 58, believed to be from Macclesfield
- Timothy Oakes, 57, believed to be from Warrington
- Vincent Kelly, 50, believed to be from Lostock
- Darren Kelly, 45, believed also to be from Lostock
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Four of the British tourists who were among 19 people killed in a plane crash in Nepal are believed to be from the North West of England.