Flight Attendant Dies From Heart Attack While In The Air

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Flight attendant Yasser Saleh died of a heart attack while working on a flight from Bahrain to Paris Charles de Gaulle.
Already dead upon arrival
The Gulf Air flight attendant was pronounced dead on arrival at hospital on Tuesday morning. Saleh was part of the cabin crew of Flight GF 19, which departed Bahrain at 1:40 a.m. on Tuesday. An hour and a half after flying over Iraq, the flight attendant suffered a heart attack.
The flight made an emergency landing in the Iraqi city of Erbil, unfortunately for Saleh it was too late.
Gulf Air expresses its condolences
"The national carrier sends its deepest condolences to the crew member's family and loved ones and confirms that the flight to Paris has proceeded as planned," a Gulf Air spokesman said.
"Gulf Air reassures that the safety of its passengers and crew is at the top of its priorities and thanks the passengers of the affected flight for their patience and understanding," the statement continued.
Medical emergency protocols
Bao Menglong
The plane was grounded for three hours before departing for Paris. Along with the same crew members from the original flight.
A heart attack in flight is grounds for an immediate emergency landing at an airport that has the proper facilities and first responders. Flight attendants are also trained to provide medical assistance in emergencies, and most airlines have access to medical professionals via satellite phone.

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