French experts of Airbus resume probe at site of plane crash in Karachi
KARACHI: The French experts of Airbus company on Thursday resumed their investigation process at the site of plane crash in Karachi.
The team is investigating the evidences and wreckage of plane with modern equipment.
The Civil Aviation Authority and Pakistan International Airline technical experts are also assisting French team to ascertain causes of plane crash.
Authorities had confirmed that except two survivors of the plane crash in Karachi 97 other passengers including 26 women, 68 men and three children were among the dead.
Sixty-six bodies including 20 female, 43 male and three children were moved to Jinnah Post Graduate Medical Center.
Thirty-one bodies were carried to Dr. Ruth Pfau Civil Hospital included six of women and twenty-five men. Following DNA sample collection of the bodies, twenty-one had been shifted to the morgue managed by Chhipa Welfare and other forty-five to Edhi mortuary.
A Sample Collection Unit for DNA tests of plane crash victims and their families had been established at Forensic DNA Lab University of Karachi.
According to the Sindh Health Department, family members of the passengers of PK-8303 could visit for samples that would be required for cross match.