Sun, Jul 11, 2010
Infant Was Found Stuck In The Toilet, In Critical
An Indian woman on a Turkmenistan Airlines flight was arrested
when a newborn infant was found stuck in the airplane lavatory
after the plane landed in Amritsar in northern India on
The baby, still stuck in the toilet, was rushed to Escorts
Hospital near the airport. A team of surgeons had to use a saw
cutter to free the infant's head from the toilet bowl. The baby
remains in critical condition.
The Press Trust of India reports that a 22-year-old woman
thought to be the mother had left the plane, and was later arrested
at the airport after the cabin crew discovered the baby. She is
reportedly an unmarried medical student who had just completed a
degree abroad. She was returning home on the flight.
Indian Express said the flight had originated in the
Turkmenistan city of Ashgabat.
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