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Man dies on Thailand-Germany flight after ‘cold sweats’ and losing ‘litres of blood’

A 63-year-old man has died during a Lufthansa flight after losing “litres of blood’ in a scene that terrified passengers.

The unidentified man boarded the flight from Bangkok to Munich with his wife on Thursday, according to Swiss-German outlet Blick.

Witnesses Martin and Karin Missfelder – a nursing specialist at the University Hospital in Switzerland – said that they sat in the row diagonally behind the couple.

Karin Missfelder said the man looked unwell when he boarded the plane. “He had cold sweats” and “was breathing much too quickly”, she said.

The man’s wife said his breathing and appearance looked off because they had rushed to catch the flight, but the symptoms worried the crew.

Despite their initial hesitations, though, they allowed the man to remain on the flight.

Karin Missfelder said her concerns persisted, prompting her to tell a flight attendant that a doctor should examine the man. At this point, the plane’s captain arrived and briefly spoke to him.

“He then called for a doctor over the loudspeaker and a young, around 30-year-old man from Poland with poor English looked at the German,” Karin Missfelder said.

Martin Missfelder said the doctor did little to treat the man beyond checking his pulse and asking how he felt. Soon, the man’s health drastically deteriorated.

“They then gave him a little camomile tea, but he already spit blood into the bag that his wife held out to him,” Missfelder said.

At one point, he said, blood gushed out of the man’s nose and mouth. He said the man lost “litres of blood”, some of which splattered onto the aircraft’s walls.

“It was absolute horror. Everyone was screaming,” Martin Missfelder told Blick.

Flight attendants immediately jumped in and attempted to resuscitate the man, Blick