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"You're Gonna Die Up There" RUSSIAN Passenger Collapses And Dies After 'Trying To Strangle Woman' On Plane


Air rage passenger collapses and dies after 'trying to strangle woman' on plane 

A man reportedly died from a heart attack after allegedly attempting to strangle a female passenger in an air rage incident. He is also said to have threatened fellow passengers on the flight by saying: “If you want to live, put up your hands. “We are going to die, the pilots are asleep!” The Airbus A320 plane was forced to make an emergency landing in Moscow, Russia, after the distressing mid-air drama on a flight by Red Wings airline. Passengers rushed to the woman’s aid after the unnamed 32-year-old Russian man grabbed her by the neck and attempted to strangle her, it was reported. He screamed abuse at the men fighting him off soon after takeoff on a vacation flight from Moscow to Simferopol, the capital of annexed Crimea, a popular Black Sea resort region. He also used a mobile phone to repeatedly strike a male passenger on the head, said a witness. During the violent struggle the aggressive passenger released the woman. He was then strapped by the crew to a seat, said one witness. But the man then collapsed with a “cardiac arrest”. A doctor on board restarted the man’s heart, say reports. Source


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