It was reported that the Indianeer passenger boarded his flight from Lagos travelling to Mumbai India over the weekend.
Following the reported of the deceased passenger, it confirmed that the passenger died of a natural cause of illness while travelling back to Mumbai India.
The 42years old passenger who was on board suddenly collapsed shortly after experiencing difficulties in breathing with a feverish illness.
He was immediately followed by a doctor on board, who has been assigned to take care of such emergencies in the flight, but was later reported that the attempt to revive the passenger failed as he was declared dead on board.
Here it reads from the source report: “Our Lagos medical screening team would have detected the same,” if that was the case.
“A passenger aboard AI1906 of June 13, 2020, from Lagos to Mumbai passed away due to natural causes today.
“A doctor on board along with our crew, who are trained to handle such medical emergencies, made a valiant attempt to revive the passenger, aged 42, who had suddenly collapsed, through resuscitation, but all their efforts went in vain. He was declared dead on board by the attending doctor.
“The MIAL doctors attended to the passenger after the flight landed and after all the procedures were complete, the body was sent to a hospital as per protocol. Relatives of the deceased were informed and aircraft took for full fumigation in line with prescribed norms.”