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IrelandFlight diverts to Dublin Airport after passenger suffers suspected stroke

14:00  03 september  2019
14:00  03 september  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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A TRANSATLANTIC flight bound for Dublin was forced to divert to Canada after a passenger suffered a suspected stroke . Delta Air Lines flight DL-44 from New York was forced to land St John’s International Airport , just two hours into its journey, after a medical emergency was declared onboard.

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A transatlantic flight diverted to Dublin Airport this morning after a passenger was reported to have suffered a stroke.

Delta Air Lines flight DL-444 was about five hours into its journey from New York to Rome when the flight crew declared a medical emergency off the Irish south coast.

At around 10am, when the Airbus A330-300 was about 250 kilometres south of Cork, the flight crew declared a medical emergency and advised air traffic controllers that they wished to divert to Dublin.

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landing at Dublin Airport on Friday morning after one of the passengers suffered a suspected stroke . The Boeing 777-300 jet was west of Ireland at the time when a passenger collapsed and after A priority clearance was requested and the flight was then diverted to Dublin Airport .

The crew had been in radio contact with controllers at the Irish Aviation Authority’s North Atlantic Communications Centre at Ballygirreen in Co Clare at the time.

The crew reported they had a male passenger in his 60s on board suffering from a suspected stroke.

It’s understood there was a medical doctor on the flight who assessed and treated the man while the crew also sought advice from medical professionals on the ground about how best deal with the situation.

After communicating details of the man’s symptoms and condition to staff at the medical centre, the flight crew was advised to divert to Dublin and seek urgent medical assistance.

The crew was cleared by controllers to change course and route towards Dublin while on the ground, emergency medical services were alerted and placed on standby at the airport.

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A DUBLIN -BOUND flight was forced to divert to an airport in Canada early today after a passenger suffered a suspected stroke . Delta Air Lines flight DL-44 departed New York at 3.15am Irish time with 188 passengers and crew on board. The flight was due to land in Dublin at 9.10am.

The flight crew opted to divert to Dublin Airport where authorities had been notified of the emergency and medical assistance had been placed on standby. The aircraft landed safely shortly after 6am and was escorted to the terminal where ambulance paramedics were waiting to board the aircraft and

The flight landed safely in Dublin at 10.44am and was met by ambulance paramedics and airport operations staff. The man was removed to hospital for treatment.

The flight is expected to continue its journey later.

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