March 4, 2024

Lufthansa passenger dies on international flight after spitting up ‘litters’ of blood: ‘Absolute horror’


A Lufthansa German Airlines passenger died on a flight from Bangkok to Munich final week after spitting up “liters” of blood, in accordance with Swiss media. 

An airline spokesperson stated flight crew and a health care provider on board administered help however the passenger died midflight, forcing the plane to show round after about an hour and a half within the air. 

Passengers on board flight LH773 described the horror that unfolded, main up to the 63-year-old passenger’s dying. 

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Passenger plane operated by Deutsche Lufthansa AG, throughout a strike by airport safety employees, at Frankfurt Airport in Frankfurt, Germany, on Thursday, Feb. 1, 2024.  (Alex Kraus/Bloomberg by way of Getty Images / Getty Images)

One passenger, a 55-year-old nursing specialist named Karin Missfelder, informed Swiss outlet Blick she observed one thing was flawed with the passenger within the row in entrance of her. 

“He had cold sweats, was breathing much too quickly, and was already apathetic,” she stated. 

A 30-year-old Polish physician on board the airplane evaluated the passenger’s condition. The passenger was then given a chamomile tea, and he started to “spit blood into the bag that his wife held out to him.” 

The passenger was stated to have misplaced “liters” of blood. 

“It was absolute horror, everyone was screaming,” Missfelder recalled. 

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Flight attendants tried to resuscitate the passenger for half an hour, but it surely was too late. 

Per flightradar24, the flight had left Bangkok International Airport simply after midnight earlier than turning round. 

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The passengers on board the canceled flight have been later rebooked to different flights, Lufthansa stated. 



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