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Doctors at the Palma de Mallorca airport say that the migrant from the plane was suffering from a diabetic crisis


a report of the Son Sant Joan medical services point out that the migrant who caused the emergency landing of the ‘patera plane’ in Palma did not fake the diabetic crisis. The document, sent this week to the court investigating the case and to which this newspaper has had access, indicates that the young Moroccan had “very high” blood glucose levels tboth in flight and upon arrival in Son Sant Joan. The airport doctors who treated him at the foot of the runway considered that he suffered from a “hyperglycemic syndrome” with tachycardia and “extreme stiffness” in his legs and they urgently transferred him to Son Lazarus. However, the doctors who treated him at the Palma hospital no longer found a trace of this ailment and discharged him. Investigators suspect that the young the crisis could have been intentionally provoked and its consequences exaggerated to facilitate the massive flight of the plane on November 5.

The document provided to the case opened in the examining court number 6 of Palma, signed by of the doctors who cared for the migrant, indicates that two blood glucose tests. One on the Air Arabia plane in which he was flying from Morocco to Turkey, the result of which was 350 milligrams per deciliter of blood, well above normal values. This result and the young man’s shortness of breath they took a doctor on board to consider that the situation was “critical” and request an emergency landing in Palma.

Once on land, the Son Sant Joan doctors detected that the youngn had tachycardia, had very stiff legs and did not answer her questions. In a new test, they found that his glucose level was 167. His “diagnostic impression” was that he had a “hyperglycemic syndrome.” They administered serum and, during the transfer to the hospital, they certified that his blood sugar levels and heart rate were still “high”. The young man He carried medicines to treat his type 2 diabetes, as indicated then by the migrant who accompanied him to Son Llàtzer and fled from there.

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Once on land, the Son Sant Joan doctors detected that the youngn had tachycardia, had very stiff legs and did not answer her questions. In a new test, they found that his glucose level was 167. His “diagnostic impression” was that he had a “hyperglycemic syndrome.” They administered serum and, during the transfer to the hospital, they certified that his blood sugar levels and heart rate were still “high”. The young man He carried medicines to treat his type 2 diabetes, as indicated then by the migrant who accompanied him to Son Llàtzer and fled from there.

Jostling escape

On the other hand, of controllers Flight attendants who attended the plane upon its arrival in Son Sant Joan confirmed yesterday before the judge that the migrants pushed out of the plane. According to what they said, after the patient’s departure many passengers began to demand to go out to smoke, as they crowded in front of the door. In the face of mounting tension, they recommended that the crew shut it down, but did not. Suddenly, two young men lunged at company employees and ground personnel and pushed their way out of the apparatus. One of the witnesses went after them and explained that they ran down the runways just as a plane was approaching, a situation that he described as dangerous.

The Civil Guard denies in a report sent to the judge that it returned two of the passengers hot


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In addition, the Civil Guard has sent a report to the judge in which rejects that two of the passengers who left the plane were returned hot to their country. The armed institute points out that these people did not intend to flee, but rathere left the aircraft frightened by the tumult that was formed by the massive flight. Thus, the agents justify that upon being located they will take them back to the device. The report, however, does not clarify why these passengers were intercepted by Moroccan security forces when they returned to their country.

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The judge asked the Civil Guard to clarify what happened to these two men, as Air Arabia stated in a report: “The Police brought back two of the fled passengers “. The Civil Guard has communicated this week to the judge that both were located next to one of the terminals during the raids to locate the fugitives. They were smoking and explained that they had been scared when the twenty passengers left the plane and decided to leave. The Civil Guard maintains that they had no intention of escaping and justifies having taken them back to the aircraft.


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