UK Ebola terror at Gatwick as passenger collapses and dies getting off Sierra Leone flight

August 2014 ENGLAND – Staff tell of fears as jet from Africa is quarantined after the death of passenger who was ‘sweating and vomiting’ before she collapsed. Airport staff tonight told of their fears of an Ebola outbreak after a passenger from Sierra Leone collapsed and died as she got off a plane at Gatwick.  Workers said they were terrified the virus could spread globally through the busy international hub from the West African country which is in the grip of the deadly epidemic. The woman, said to be 72, became ill on the gangway after she left a Gambia Bird jet with 128 passengers on board. She died in hospital on Saturday. Ebola has killed 256 people in Sierra Leone. A total of 826 have died in West Africa since the outbreak began in February. Tests were carried out to see if the woman had the disease. The plane was quarantined as ­officials desperately tried to trace everyone who had been in contact with the woman. Airport workers faced an anxious wait to see if the woman had Ebola. One said: “Everyone’s just ­petrified. “We’ve all seen how many people have died from Ebola, especially in Sierra Leone, and it’s terrifying.”
Speaking of the horrific moment the passenger collapsed, the shocked staff member added: “The woman was sweating buckets and vomiting. “Paramedics arrived to try and help her. The next thing everybody was there… emergency crews, airfield operations, even immigration. “They closed down the jet bridge and put the aircraft into quarantine. “They took everyone’s details, even the guy who fuels the aircraft.” The plane carrying the woman came from Freetown in Sierra Leone – a country with the highest number of victims from the disease. It stopped at Banjul in The Gambia before landing in Gatwick at 8.15am on Saturday after a five-hour flight. Public Health England tried to allay fears of an Ebola ­breakout in Britain. It said the woman showed no ­symptoms during the flight. One ­official added: “Public Health England is aware a passenger arriving on a flight from The Gambia that landed at Gatwick airport on Saturday fell ill shortly after disembarking.
“The passenger was taken to hospital and sadly died. In line with standard ­procedures, tests are being undertaken to determine the cause of death. The patient’s symptoms suggest that Ebola is very unlikely but as a precaution this is one of the tests being undertaken. The patient was not symptomatic on the plane and therefore there is no risk of Ebola being passed on to either flight crew or other passengers. “England has world class health care and disease control systems which are active permanently, ­regularly tested and proven to be effective. “As such, if the UK does see a case of imported Ebola, this will not result in an outbreak in this country.”
Last week, the Ebola crisis was described as out of control by World Health Organisation chief Margaret Chan and could be ­“catastrophic.” At the same time, Sierra Leone declared a state of emergency and called in troops to quarantine victims. Liberia also imposed controls. Ms Chan revealed 60 doctors, nurses and health care workers had now lost their lives trying to save others.  She said: “This outbreak is moving faster than our efforts to control it. “If the situation continues to ­deteriorate, the consequences can be catastrophic in terms of lost lives but also severe socio-economic disruption as well as a high risk of spread to other countries.” Ms Chan met the presidents of Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Ivory Coast. She told them: “This meeting must mark a turning point in the outbreak response.” –Mirror UK
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17 Responses to UK Ebola terror at Gatwick as passenger collapses and dies getting off Sierra Leone flight

  1. Aeon Phlo says:

    Is it not odd to anyone that Ebola is a government patent? Look up google patents.
    Is it not strange that the same symptoms for this disease are also symptoms from chemicals being released in around the towns that this “virus” originated?

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  2. Alvin, thank you for keeping us up to date on the news about this.

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  3. stevenj says:

    The Horseman Rides… By Summer of next year, it will have spread to every continent. Within 12 to 18 months from now, at least 50% of the population of most of the world will either be infected, dead, or cities quarantined and Martial Law declared. And that will only be the beginning of the Judgements. We were warned…

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  4. Judy Clarke says:

    For Gods sake where is the worlds common sense. NO ONE AT ALL SHOULD BE FLYING OUT OF AFRICA.All airports should be closed down, regardless of the urgency. It should be in lockdown. We are talking about a deadly, no cure, virus (man made of course) There is NO excuse for anyone going to USA or UK, Where on earth is your head at?

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  5. Judy Clarke says:

    Everyone on that plane should be detained and kept in strict quarantine. The plane should be completely fumagated and the ambulance and hospital this woman went to should be fumigated. when a state of emergency is in place for Ebola, NO ONE bar none, should leave that place, let alone board a plane, this is ludicrous, there is no excuse for such lax policing of a potential world killer. This looks like a deliberate ploy to spread the disease.

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  6. Hayhaz says:

    they really want to create the pandemic eh?

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  7. sheryldedee says:

    It’s understandable that the fear is that this woman may have been infected with Ebola, given that she had just left the area where the disease is rampant. But I urge more caution in the reporting of this event. You sound like a tabloid journalist, actually. The fact remains that the cause of this woman’s death has not been reported as identified. In fact, a simple reading of the facts as you have reported them indicated to me that she did not actually have the symptoms of Ebola, and may actually have died of a cardiac arrest. It’s quite common especially after a period of air travel, which is widely known to be a factor in the formation of deep vein thrombosis, which often leads to major illnesses including myocardial infarct leading to death through cardiac arrest.

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  8. D, Heeren says:

    How is it possible that planes take off from an infected country to spread a killing virus so easely ??
    Seal the borders of the infected lands in all possible ways !

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  9. Dennis E. says:

    How about this. These African Countries must be quarantined…….and treatment centers set up there and I know there has been treatment centers there, but this is a world health issue.

    I also read that The US Government did patent the virus in 2009? So, as has been suggested, is this a bio-weapon?

    I also read that The President allegedly signed an Executive Order to detain any person who had a respiratory type disease? Also, the reported establishment of Ebola Quarantine centers throughout the country. The step before Martial Law…..?

    I don’t see the need for excessive stress, but to prepare and be aware……….

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  10. Shepherd says:

    its loose – and planned

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  11. pentateuck says:

    Are chemical reactions and allergies contagious? If any of the others on her flight get ill, then I guess we have an historical, medical anomoly?

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  12. lassa says:

    Chemical reactions/ allergies are contagious? If others catch it, we have a historic medical anomoly on our hands

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