Man faints on incoming flight

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Flights were delayed at Sumburgh Airport today after a man fainted on an incoming flight. 

The Scottish Ambulance service said they received a call at 11.58am saying a man had fainted on a flight to Sumburgh but was conscious and breathing. 

The ambulance arrived at 12.24pm and the man was taken to Gilbert Bain Hospital. 

 

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