A 22-year-old British Airways stewardess died suddenly in a hotel in Angola. Emily Dunn, (circled) who had a suspected heart condition, was found dead in her room in Angola after she failed to arrive for a flight back to Heathrow, London, on July 16.
Colleagues found her dead at the hotel after she did not turn up for her flight. A British Airways spokesman said:
'We were deeply saddened to hear of the death of our colleague, Emily, from a suspected heart condition. She was an enthusiastic member of our cabin crew team who enjoyed working for BA. Our thoughts are with her family and friends'.
The flight from Luanda in Angola to Heathrow she was meant to be working on was cancelled and later flown back to the UK empty.
It came six days after the death of another member of BA staff.
Another stewardess contracted malaria and died after she flew from London to Ghana. An investigation has since been launched
Source: UK Daily Mail