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Canada Australian man died of meningitis on Air Canada flight from Vancouver to Brisbane

14:45  16 january  2020
14:45  16 january  2020 Source:   vancouversun.com

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Wife of Brisbane man who died on Air Canada flight says meningitis caused his death. The wife of a healthy Australian The flight from Vancouver was headed for Brisbane when it diverted to Honolulu because of the medical emergency, said Peter Fitzpatrick, an Air Canada spokesman.

a couple of people posing for the camera: Tanya Woodgate with her husband Christopher who died on an Air Canada flight from Vancouver to Brisbane on Jan. 11, 2020. [PNG Merlin Archive] Tanya Woodgate with her husband Christopher who died on an Air Canada flight from Vancouver to Brisbane on Jan. 11, 2020. [PNG Merlin Archive]

A man who died in front of his family on an Air Canada flight from Vancouver to Brisbane, Australia, on Saturday boarded the plane sick, according to a media report.

Tanya Woodgate told Daily Mail Australia that her husband (38-year-old Christopher Woodgate) had a non-contagious form of meningitis that led to his death on board Air Canada flight AC035.

According to Air Canada, the flight was diverted to Honolulu at about 9:20 a.m. Jan. 11 “as a result of a medical emergency.”

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An Air Canada flight bound for Australia has been diverted to Honolulu after a passenger died in board. Christopher Woodgate, 38, was pronounced dead The flight from Vancouver was headed for Brisbane when it diverted to Honolulu because of a medical emergency, said Peter Fitzpatrick, an Air

Woodgate was travelling with his wife and their three young children, as well as another family member with two children.

Woodgate was sick when he boarded the plane and collapsed during the flight.

Usually, the symptoms of non-contagious meningitis are a headache, stiff neck and often a fever. It can be treated with antibiotics.

The airline said there were 257 customers and 13 crew on board and that passengers were given hotel and food vouchers put on a flight leaving Honolulu for Brisbane on Monday morning.

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