PIA passenger dies of heart attack midair

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A passenger died after suffering a heart attack on Wednesday while travelling in Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight from Islamabad to London.

According to a PIA spokesman, a passenger identified as Akram Raja suddenly turned sick in PIA flight PK-785 while going to London from Islamabad.

The PIA plane made an emergency landing in Poland’s city Warsaw for medical assistance to the sick passenger but he could not survive and expired there.

The deceased passenger is said to be a British citizen and PIA is arranging to move his body to London.

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  1. For God's sake, get your English correct. People don't expire. Food cans expire. Shampoo expire. Ketchup expire.
    People die or pass away.

  2. We people have no mannerism, no values and no sympathies for a deceased human being. Comments like 'ek hospital b hona chayiye PIA mein', 'is ke saath be PIA ka tag laga do… ' and 'سبحان الله ' fully demonstrate or deteriorating mentally.

    May Allah forgive us all. And may Allah place the departed soul in peace and give courage to the bereaved family to bear this loss.

    For my friend Mr. Atif, kindly be noted that word 'Expire' has multiple meanings. Read below:

    ex·pire
    /ikˈspī(ə)r/
    Verb

    (of a document, authorization, or agreement) Cease to be valid, typically after a fixed period of time.
    (of a period of time) Come to an end.

    Synonyms
    die – end – decease – pass away – exhale – lapse

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