Kathmandu, March 13 Passengers injured in the plane crash yesterday are undergoing treatment at different hospitals. According to Dr Chakra Raj Pandey at Grande International Hospital, four injured people are undergoing treatment at the hospital and all of them are out of danger. Prakash Kumar Bhattarai, administrative manager at Kathmandu Medical College, said 10 injured passengers were receiving treatment at the hospital. Of them, eight are Bangladeshi and two Nepali. “Six of the injured have been kept in ICU while four are out of danger and have been shifted to ward,” said Bhattarai, adding,” Of those six in IC, the condition of four is stable while two are in critical condition.” Princy Dhami, 24, and Emrana Kabir, 52, a Bangladeshi citizen, are in critical condition, said Inspector Bed Paudel. Princy Dhami has suffered pelvis injury, internal injury and head injury. She has been kept in ventilator. According to her kin Rabindra Ghimire, she was a medical student who finished her MBBS examinations just a day before she boarded the ill-fated plane. Her parents who work in Dubai reached Nepal today. Kaber Hussen’s son Helal Ibne Kabir also reached Nepal to see his father who survived the crash. He said, “My father can speak and eat food, but he can’t move his legs. As per doctors, it will take him six months to recover.”