Nepalese rescuers have found a 22nd body, the last they were looking for after the plane crash in the Himalayas, authorities said on Tuesday.

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“All the bodies have now been found,” Civil Aviation Authority spokesman Deo Chandra Lal Karn told AFP. “We are going to proceed to the identification of the bodies”.

Tara Air’s twin-engine Twin Otter took off on Sunday morning from the city of Pokhara, Nepal’s second largest city, 200 km west of the capital Kathmandu, before losing radio contact.

The wreckage was found the next day, scattered on a mountainside at 4,420 meters above sea level, with the bodies of 21 of the 22 passengers.

In addition to 16 Nepalese, including three crew members, the aircraft was carrying two Germans and four Indians.