Mumbai's brave pilot Maria Zuberi's resourcefulness saves the life of many

28 Jun 2018 09:15 PM

Mumbai's brave pilot Maria Zuberi's resourcefulness saves the life of many

Updated 28 Jun 2018 09:15 PM

he police identified the crash victims as pilots Maria Zuberi, 48, and Pradeep Rajput, engineer Surabhi Brijeshkumar Gupta, 34, technician Manish Tejpal Pande, 21 and pedestrian Govind Pandit.
A team of DGCA officials rushed to the crash site for a preliminary investigation. A two-member team of the Aircraft
Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB), which comes under the
Civil Aviation Ministry, too reached the city to probe the crash.
It was Maria's resourcefulness which saved the life of many in Mumbai.

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