Jet Airways attendant injured in Brussels attack stable, not in coma
Posted by reshma on 25th March 2016
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Jet Airways attendant injured in Brussels attack stable, not in coma

Brussels Attack: Jet Airways Flight attendant Nidhi  Chaphekar placed in coma

A Jet Airways flight assistant who was offended in the Brussels airport blasts is in a steady condition and getting better, the airline said on Friday. Nidhi Chaphekar endured burns and fractured her foot in the blasts on Tuesday. She is being care for at a hospital near Brussels. “The doctor has confirmed that Nidhi is in steady situation and not in coma,” Jet Airways said in a declaration. “She is resting and under sedation for her soothe.” A Jet Airways manager had earlier been quoted as saying that Chaphekar was placed in a medically induced coma.

Jet Airways attendant injured in Brussels attack stable, not in coma

Flight Attendant Nidhi Chaphekar In Stable Condition, Says Jet

A snap of Chaphekar taken correct after the airport blasts has turn into an iconic picture of the attacks. It demonstrated the 40-year-old mother of two sitting confused and bloodied, with her vivid yellow uniform ripped. Her hair was covered with soot, and blood marbled down her face. Chaphekar’s husbands, who fly from Mumbai to Paris and journey by road to Brussels, were at the hospital with her. In the meantime, the airline flies out the travellers who were caught in Brussels after the attacks. Some passenger’s arrival to Delhi early on Friday, whiles others gone for Newark from Amsterdam. Tuesday’s bombings in the Brussels airport and subway killed 31 people and injured 270.

Passengers are returning to the home

A Jet Airways flight delivery 214 passengers and 28 crew members who were trapped in Belgium after Tuesday’s blasts in Brussels arrive at Delhi early this morning. Flight 9W 1229 from Amsterdam landed at the airport in the centre about 5:10 am. After 145 people got down here, it at gone for Mumbai. Two Indian crew members of the airline who were wounded in the bangs at the Brussels airport are still getting better at hospital.