RELEASED ONJune 30, 2023 2:26 AM
BANGKOK– A lady had part of her leg cut off after she got stuck in a travelator at Bangkok's Don Mueang International Airport on Thursday (June 29) early morning.
The emergency situation treatment was carried out by a medical group at the airport, prior to she was hurried to Bhumibol Adulyadej Hospital.
She has actually considering that been moved to Bumrungrad International Hospital, which revealed that her leg can be reattached, reported the Thaiger news website.
The upgrade on the victim's condition was offered by airport director Karun Thanakunjeeraphat in an interview on Thursday afternoon.
Mr Karun included that the travelator in concern, which has actually been running because 1996, was made by Hitachi, reported Thaiger. He stated the system has actually not been upgraded and its sensing units are various from those discovered on more recent travelators.
Mr Karun stated the airport currently had strategies to change numerous old travelators by 2025, however might accelerate the replacement procedure now.
The girl will board a flight to Nakorn Sri Thammarat in southern Thailand when the mishap occurred on Thursday early morning.
Video footage from the security cams at the airport reveals her falling after being struck by a travel suitcase when she was on the travelator in between departure gates 4 and 5, reported The Nation.
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Her leg got stuck on the edge of the travelator belt after she fell, and she was seen to remain in agonising discomfort while having a hard time to release her leg. The occurrence did not result in hold-ups in flights coming to or leaving from the airport.
The airport management revealed their compassions to the victim and stated they would pay her medical expenses along with compensate her for the partial loss of her left leg, a post on the airport's Facebook page stated.
Mr Karun likewise stated he would upgrade the general public as soon as examinations are finished.
This short article was very first released in The Straits Times. Authorization needed for recreation.
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