Plane makes emergency Heathrow Airport landing after passenger harms themselves in toilets

By Staff

A plane heading to Heathrow Airport had to make an emergency landing after a passenger tried to harm themselves.

The EVA Air flight BR67 was coming from Bangkok and was about to land in London on Friday, March 15, when the crew found out that a passenger was in one of the toilets.

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Passengers are not allowed to be in the bathrooms during landing because they need to be safely in their seats.

The staff then found the passenger injured and in a “state of serious distress”. It’s believed that the flight attendants and other staff members gave the person immediate first aid.

The plane landed at Heathrow Airport at 7.03pm on Friday, which is 17 minutes earlier than expected. The passenger was quickly taken to hospital once the plane landed, reports the Express.

The airline confirmed the incident took place. .

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