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A young girl is on a plane to see her mother had suffered a stroke during your take-off, or to save the life of a woman.
If the airplane is to take away the little girl noticed that her mother had passed on, and notified a flight attendant.
Fortunately, a doctor was on the run, and knew the symptoms, and the identification of the woman with a seizure disorder.
“Jaideen saved my life,” Alexandra Hajipaulis he said.
Now, more than a year after the incident, the mother was still recovering from the incident that briefly left her in a coma.
Alexandra Hajipaulis was traveling with her 6-year-old daughter, Jaideen on a Ryanair flight to Crete, where the incident took place, reports SWNS. The doctors have a theory that a bubble of air in a Hajipaulis’ blood vessels, which traveled to her brain, and when the pressure of the air is changed, and this led to the battle.
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“Jaideen saved my life,” she told SWNS. “They knew that there was something wrong. They have got to help me, even though she was only six years old at the time. I am so proud of her.”
The plane was forced to land, and that the ambulance is not as a matter of urgency Hajipaulis to a nearby hospital, where she remained in a coma. For more than a year later, she is still paralyzed in both legs and her left arm.
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Jaideen’s grandmother, She told SWNS, “I heard from Alex that they are on board the plane, and then a few hours later, someone called me from the hospital to tell me that she had had a stroke. I couldn’t believe what I just heard, but before I knew it, I was on the next flight to Italy to race go to the hospital.”
According to the grandmother, and the family in the first place, not knowing whether the woman will go to in order to survive, and how they are going to pay the hospital bill. “Alex didn’t have the right kind of insurance policy that would cover what happened to her,” She explained, “so we had to suddenly raise all of the money to get her home safely.”
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Hajipaulis was still recovering from the stroke, but her mother said that she need to be a better therapy than the family can afford to pay.
“We’re very confident,” she said, “that is, with the proper physical therapy, and Alex was able to walk again – and that’s what we want to happen.”