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The Beech Craft King Air B-250 Plane under Madhya Pradesh Government crash lands at Gwalior Airport which carried 71 boxes of Remdesivir for the treatment of Covid-19 patients from Ahmedabad on Thursday. Three people managed to escape with minor injuries which included the pilot and copilot. The injured people were hospitalized in the Indian Air Force (IAF) hospital inside Maharajaur airbase. The aircraft was assigned with the responsibility of supplying the anti-viral drugs like Remdesivir to various parts of the state with maximum speed of 575 km per hour.

Iamge: NDTV.com
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