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Our sources say Carrie was on a flight from London to LAX when she went into cardiac arrest. People on board were administering CPR. We're told the emergency occurred 15 minutes before the plane landed in L.A. A flight attendant asked if there were any medical personnel on board and an EMT who was sitting in the back of the plane came up to first class and administered life-saving measures. The plane landed just after noon in L.A. and paramedics rushed her to a nearby hospital.
originally posted by: Nickn3
Not to disrespectful but aggressive care could be giving her a aspirin to chew and administering oxygen. Hope for a quick recovery.
originally posted by: Bigburgh
a reply to: Nickn3
Not when you have a sudden heart attack M.I. ( full cardiac arrest ) on a plane. She was unconscious so she couldn't swallow anything. There was an EMT on board that administered CPR after she was not breathing for 10 minutes. It is not known if there was an AED on board the plane.
Currently she is at UCLA medical center on a vent.