There have been mysterious deaths on two British flights from Miami to England, on two consecutive days.
Wired.com reports that A 19-year-old British woman died Monday while flying on a Virgin Atlantic plane from Miami to Heathrow Airport. The day before, two passengers on a British Airways flight from Miami to Heathrow died. One of them may have had viral meningitis.
On Monday, the Virgin Atlantic passenger died shortly before landing. The crew tried to revive her and a doctor came forward to help, but the woman was pronounced dead on arrival. The cause of death is unknown.
On Sunday, a woman flying on British Airways from Miami to Heathrow became ill, and the aircraft was diverted to Nova Scotia so she could receive emergency treatment, but she died anyway. It's not clear if she died on the plane or in the hospital. A man on the same plane became ill after the flight took off again and he died shortly before arriving at Heathrow. It's thought he died of viral meningitis and the woman may have had a heart attack, so the two deaths may not be related.
Viral meningitis causes inflammation of the tissues that cover the brain and spinal cord and is only contagious in very close contact. It can be caused by a virus, bacteria or fungus, and is usually only fatal in people with weak immune systems.
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