Passenger death confirmed after flight makes emergency landing in Spain

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PASSENGER DEATH: Transavia crew had performed CPR on the man for 30 minutes (File photograph)

A PLANE was forced to make an emergency landing at an airport in the south of Spain after a medical emergency was declared by the crew.

The Transavia flight from Paris to Morocco diverted to Almeria Airport after the crew reported a passenger in “very critical condition”.

The crew had been performing CPR on the passenger in the aisle of the plane for 30 minutes prior to the emergency landing.

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But, sadly, when the aircraft touched down in Almeria paramedics could only confirm the death of the passenger, an 84-year-old man.

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