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Gulf Air Flight Attendant Dies From Heart Attack During Flight

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Published on: November 28, 2022

Again, is this more evidence of the deadly, experimental COVID shots that were forced and coerced upon airline employees?  My gut tells me it is.  As we just reported last week, an Envoy Air pilot became incapacitated during a flight, which had to return to Chicago, and after removing him from the flight, he died.  Now, a Gulf Air flight attendant has died from a heart attack during a routine flight.

R. Pena has the story.

Flight attendant, Yasser Saleh, died of a heart attack while working on a flight from Bahrain to Paris Charles de Gaulle.

Dead On Arrival

The Gulf Air flight attendant was confirmed dead on arrival at the hospital on Tuesday morning. Saleh was part of the cabin crew on flight GF 19 which left Bahrain at 1:40 am on Tuesday. An hour and a half into the flight while flying over Iraq was when the attendant caught a heart attack.

The flight made an emergency landing in the Iraqi city of Erbil, unfortunately, it was too late for Saleh.

Gulf Air Sends Condolences

“The national carrier expresses its deepest condolences to the crew member’s family and loved ones, and confirms that the flight resumed to Paris as scheduled,” stated the spokesperson for Gulf Air.

“Gulf Air reassures that the safety of its passengers and crew comes at the top of its priorities, and thanks the affected flight’s passengers for their patience and understanding,” the statement continued.

In-flight heart attacks require immediate emergency landings.  The COVID shots cause blood clots not only on the ground, but for those who fly, they are at even greater risk of blood clots and heart attacks in the air due to the pressure changes and altitude.

Sadly, airlines didn’t care for their employees and coerced and forced many pilots and flight attendants to take the deadly shots.

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