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Baby on board Indigo flight dies after breathing problem

Posted on : Wednesday 1st of August 2018

New Delhi/Hyderabad: A four-month-old boy developed breathing problem on a Patna-bound flight and died at the Hyderabad airport Tuesday, the police said.

The baby was travelling with his parents from Bengaluru on an Indigo flight when he developed a breathing problem, they said. The airline said the crew of the flight 6E 897 decided to divert to Hyderabad and requested for an ambulance and a doctor at the airport.

On landing, the boy was rushed to a private hospital where the doctors declared him brought dead, the police said.

Sources at the airport told PTI that the flight was diverted to the Hyderabad Airport at 7.30 am. "An IndiGo flight 6E 897 operating from Bangalore to Patna was diverted to Hyderabad due to a medical emergency this morning. The crew, along with a doctor on the flight, attended to the infant. After landing, the boy was immediately rushed to the hospital accompanied by an IndiGo staff member. Unfortunately, the infant died," the statement said.

The airline condoled the death. A case was registered by the police.

Courtesy : Manorama

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