Flight in China diverted after man found dead in aircraft toilet


An aircraft in China made an emergency landing this week after a man was found dead in the toilet.

The Air China CA4230 flight, scheduled to fly from Fuzhou in southeastern Fujian province to Chengdu in southwestern Sichuan province, took off on Wednesday evening but descended at Changsha Huanghua International Airport in central Hunan province an hour later citing “medical special circumstances”, news site Cqcb.com reported.

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