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Had to turn back when they discovered it gjenglemte the human heart

most people heard about the planes that have to turn around because of technical issues or sick passengers. But have you ever heard of a forgotten body on a commercial airliner?

A rather unusual event took place on a plane that would go from Seattle to Dallas in the united STATES Sunday afternoon.

Suddenly selected an aircraft from Southwest Airlines to take a u-turn and set course back to the airport they came from. The captain informed the passengers that someone had forgotten a heart on board, writes the Seattle Times.

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the Heart should have been delivered to a hospital in Seattle after having been transported from California. In its place was the heart of the aircraft further. The aircraft had already gotten over 900 miles on the way when the staff discovered donorhjertet.

A spokesperson for the airline said, according to Sky News that "when we realized the error, we immediately started to return to Seattle."

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A doctor, who had nothing to do with the transport of the heart, was one of the passengers on board the aircraft.

He describes the incident as "a terrible story of gross negligence", and tells the Seattle Times that medpassasjerene was shocked.

When the shock gave up, all on board have accepted the big delay the turnaround would bring, when all were "happy to save a life".

After about three hours in the air landed the plane in Seattle again, and the heart was transported out of the plane.

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There was a company that specializes in shipments that are "livskritiske", that is, for example, the transport of organs for transplantation or the drugs, which had sent the heart to Seattle.

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There were some valves that should be saved for future use, they were not promised away to a patient at the time, according to the newspaper.

The most important thing is that no one expected (at the heart journ.anm.), says a spokesperson for the company-Sierra Donor Services in Sacramento.

After tabs have been kept on a vevsbank, they can be stored a long time before a donor, get them. But the heart must be delivered within 48 hours after the donor died. The heart was delivered twelve hours before it had been useless, informs the Seattle Times, who have talked with the company and a surgeon.

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