One of the passengers on the London-Lublin flight needed medical attention. At the beginning, the crew of the plane helped, after landing, rescue services entered the plane. We received the information and the recording on Kontakt 24.
The flight for Ryanair passengers who flew from London to Lublin on Thursday afternoon ended unusually. The plane left London Luton airport at 12:55 and was supposed to land at Lublin airport at 16:30.
The passenger needed medical attention
Marek, who was on board the plane, informed the editors of Kontakt 24 that about 10 minutes before the scheduled landing, one of the passengers felt worse. – First, the passenger was helped by the flight crew, and rescue services arrived in Lublin. On board, everyone was in shock, panicked – said Marek.
The pilot called the services
– The pilot of the Ryanair plane from Luton to Lublin asked the Airport Rescue and Fire Service for help in connection with the health of one of the passengers – said Piotr Jankowski, spokesman for the Lublin Airport.
– The LSRG team has come on board. The 40-year-old Pole most likely had an epileptic attack. Our services made a preliminary diagnosis, contact with the man was difficult. The man was conscious. The services transported the man from the plane to the terminal, and from there an ambulance took him, Jankowski added.
Main photo source: Marek / Contact 24