Shahin Bepari, one of the 10 Bangladeshis injured in the March 10 US-Bangla plane crash in Nepal, underwent operation at Dhaka Medical College (DMCH) hospital on Sunday morning.
Doctors had also finished dressing Shahrin Ahmed, another Bangladeshi survivor, at the same time in DMCH, confirmed convener of the Burn and Plastic Surgery unit of DMCH, Dr Samonto Lal Sen.
According to Dr Sen, Shahin received a skin graft operation, while Shahrin's wounds have been dressed.
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Dr Sen also confirmed that another injured Bangladeshi survivor, Kabir Hossain, will soon be taken to Singapore for further treatment after necessary procedures are completed.
On March 12, a plane operated by Bangladeshi airline US-Bangla crashed at Tribhuvan International Airport with 71 people on board. At least 49 people, including 26 Bangladeshis, were killed.
Of them, 17 Bangladeshis, out of 32 victims, have been identified.
This article was first published on banglatribune.com