Phnom Penh : Rescuers jumped down from helicopters to the crash scene on Mountain Bokor, Kampot province, Wednesday morning, to search for victims of Monday's air crash, said aviation official.
Â Â Â No bodies have been found yet, but part of the wreck has been identified, Keo Sivron told Xinhua by phone from Kampot.
Â Â Â "We don't know how many people survived and how many died," he said.
Â Â Â Meanwhile, Kampot Governor Khoy Khun Hour told reporters at the scene that the helicopters spotted the wreck at 07:00 a.m. (0000 GMT) on Wednesday.
Â Â Â Over 2,000 soldiers, including Prime Minister Hun Sen's personal bodyguard unit, have been searching the mountain area since Monday.
Â Â Â The efforts were stymied on Tuesday by rain, mud and dense forest, but resumed early Wednesday morning.
Â Â Â The U4 241 Flight from Cambodia's PMT Air flying from Siem Reapto Sihanoukville crashed on Mountain Bokor on Monday, the worst air accident in Cambodia in the past decade.
Â Â Â Among the people on board, 16 were tourists, with 13 from South Korea and three from Czech Republic, and the rest crew members.
Â Â Â Siem Reap and Sihanoukville are the top two travel destinations of the kingdom.