A FORENSIC team from Australia yesterday arrived to conduct DNA tests on the victims of the Airlines PNG Dash 8 crash, The National reports.
Modilon General Hospital director of medical services Dr Billy Selvi said the hospital was short-staffed and faced other issues that had largely left staff demoralised.
Since last Friday, the hospital had became the centre of attraction as relatives of the dead converged hoping to see the remains being brought in after several helicopter trips.
Boston Jack, the morgue attendant, said yesterday a team that returned to the crash site had recovered two more skulls.
One of the four survivors is a Malaysian, Chin Ku Fa, who suffered 27% burns. He is in stable condition.