Thursday 21 June 2018

Flight attendant taken to hospital after falling out of airplane's emergency door

Closeup shot of emergency exit door in airplane
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A flight attendant with long-haul carrier Emirates was taken to hospital in Uganda after falling out of an open emergency door on a passenger plane that was parked on the tarmac.

Civil aviation authorities in Uganda said the incident happened at Entebbe International Airport.

They issued a statement saying the female flight attendant "unfortunately fell off" the Boeing 777 which was preparing to fly to Dubai.

Emirates said in a statement that the flight attendant "unfortunately fell off from an open door while preparing the aircraft for boarding on flight EK730 from Entebbe".

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