Three Turkish nationals, who were injured in plane crash in the Netherlands, were brought to Istanbul on Friday.
The injured people were identified as Necati Arman, Unal Onur and Hakan Mercan.
The THY aircraft en route from the Turkish city of Istanbul to the Dutch capital of Amsterdam crashed when it was landing at the Schiphol Airport on Wednesday.
Nine people including three crew members lost their lives when a THY passenger plane bound from Istanbul to Amsterdam slammed into a muddy field while attempting to land at the Schiphol Airport. The Boeing 737-800 broke into three pieces on impact near the Schiphol Airport. The fuselage split in two, close to the cockpit, and the tail broke off.
There were 135 people aboard the plane. There were 60 Dutch, 51 Turkish, one German, seven U.S., three British, one Bulgarian, one Finnish, one Italian, one Taiwanese, four Iranian, one Sudanese and two Syrian citizens on the plane. The nationalities of two passengers have not yet been determined.
Güncelleme Tarihi: 28 Şubat 2009, 12:44