A passenger died during a flight from Bangkok to Munich from Thursday 8 February to Friday 9 February. The man lost liters of blood from his mouth and nose before he died.
A Swiss newspaper reports that a passenger on a Lufthansa flight connecting Bangkok (Thailand) to Munich (Germany) has died under special circumstances. Bligh.
Before departure, the 63-year-old man was already showing signs of weakness. “He was in a cold sweat, breathing very quickly and was already unconscious,” said a passenger, a nurse, who later reported to the crew.
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“They gave him chamomile tea, but he was already spitting up blood,” says another witness. After a quick examination by a Polish doctor on board, the decision was made to take the Airbus 380. “They gave him chamomile tea, but he was already spitting up blood,” says another witness.
The flight returned very late
In the air, the passengers' health quickly deteriorated. Profuse jets of blood flowed from the patient's nose and mouth. A true scene of “absolute horror, everyone screams.”
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Despite attempts at resuscitation, the man died and his body was transferred to the plane's hold, which landed in the Thai capital 2.5 hours after takeoff. The passenger's death was confirmed by the company, which declined to comment further.