In the video that was visible for more than six hours on his profile, the Yeti Airlines passenger who was transmitting can be seen smiling while recording outside.
Authorities have confirmed that so far 68 people have died in the plane crash in Nepal and among the victims is Sonu Jaiswal , a 35-year-old man who broadcast live on Facebook seconds before and after the crash.
In the video that was visible for more than six hours on his profile, the Yeti Airlines passenger who was transmitting can be seen smiling while recording abroad and talking with his four friends, also from India.
The plane was going normally and so were the passengers in front whom he also recorded, but from one moment to the next, everything turns into a panic, because he captures the moment when the plane loses control and crashes.
The seconds later in the video , only the fire of the fire after the crash is observed.
Sonu’s family confirmed the authenticity of the video and the death.
National day of mourning declared for accident in Nepal
The Nepalese government convened an emergency meeting after the accident and set up a five-member commission of inquiry under the direction of the civil aviation authority.
Nepal further declared a day of national mourning for the victims.
The crash is the deadliest in Nepal since 1992 , according to the Aviation Safety Network database, when a Pakistan International Airlines Airbus A300 crashed into a hillside on approach to Kathmandu, killing 167. people who were on board.