The Xiamen Air flight was stopped when to fill in when the incident occurred.
A flight attendant in China is currently being treated for a broken bone after the appearance of falling through a gap between a movable platform and the cabin door.
According to the South China Morning Post, Xiamen Air Flight MF8253 was in the middle of a trip from Fuzhou to Lanzhou, although the incident occurred while the plane was making a brief stop in Zhengzhou to fill. The site added that they are in the process of preparing food when it happened.
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In images uploaded to the social media platform Weibo, the woman, who has not been identified, it can be seen slipping out of the cabin door, along with what the Item-reports a food trolley. She also seems to be hanging by her hands for a moment before finally hitting the ground.
Xiamen Air later confirmed that the supervisor had to undergo surgery after being in the hospital on Friday. Asia One reports that she suffered a broken bone in her chest, and would be in the care of the hospital for about a week.
The airline, together with the aviation authorities, said that the investigation into the cause of the incident.
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Oddly enough, this is the second time in almost as many weeks that a flight attendant on a Chinese airline is dropped from a plane. On Oct. 24, a flight attendant from China Eastern Airlines fell from a Boeing 737-800 aircraft and on the tarmac in Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport in Guangdong, reportedly during the closing of the cabin door.
Also she was rushed to the hospital after suffering several fractures and bruises.