Nepal Plane Crash: Search To Find Last Two Passengers Continues

In the wake of the deadliest plane crash in Nepal in 30 years

at least 70 people lost their lives, search teams have deployed drones to look for two passengers still missing from the disaster.

In an effort to find the missing passengers, some rescuers abseiled down the 200-meter (656-foot) deep gorge.

In the present moment, there is a dense fog. 

a police official in Pokhara who is helping with the rescue efforts.

Near the tourist city of Pokhara, where the Yeti Airlines ATR 72 turboprop carrying 72 people crashed in clear weather on Sunday just before landing

rescue efforts have been hampered by difficult terrain and inclement weather.