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Travel United passenger stung by scorpion while eating dinner on flight

17:10  14 april  2017
17:10  14 april  2017 Source:   cbsnews.com

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A passenger was traveling on board Flight 1418 from Calgary to Houston when he was stung by a scorpion , CBS News correspondent Kris Van Kleave confirmed. The scorpion fell onto Richard Bell’s head and stung him underneath his fingernail.

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A passenger was traveling on board Flight 1418 from Calgary to Houston when he was stung by a scorpion, CBS News correspondent Kris Van Kleave confirmed.

The scorpion fell onto Richard Bell’s head and stung him underneath his fingernail.

“We were on the plane about an hour, having dinner, and then something fell on my head, so I grabbed it. I was hanging onto it,” Bell said in a Skype interview. “It was lucky that it hit my nail more than my skin I think, so maybe my thumbnail saved me a little bit.”

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As a precaution, crews also checked the airplane for a possible infestation. United apologized and offered Bell and his wife a credit for a future flight.

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The same day a passenger was infamously dragged off a United plane in Chicago, a man on a United flight from Houston to Calgary was allegedly stung by a scorpion .

A passenger aboard a United Airlines flight was treated upon landing after being stung on the plane, according to the airline. The passenger was traveling on flight 1554 from San Francisco to Atlanta on Thursday, United spokeswoman Natalie Noonan said in a statement.

Richard Bell: richard-bell.jpg © CBS richard-bell.jpg

“Our crew immediately consulted with a MedLink physician on the ground who provided guidance throughout the incident and assured our crew that it was not a life-threatening matter. Medical personnel met the aircraft after it arrived in Calgary,” United said in a statement.

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