A 24-year-old flight attendant tragically died of ‘sudden adult death syndrome’ shortly after landing at London Stansted Airport following a short flight from the Albanian capital Tirana last December, an inquest has ruled.
Greta Dyrmishi suffered a heart attack just after passengers had finished disembarking the Air Albania aircraft. Despite the best efforts of her colleagues, paramedics and an air ambulance doctor, Greta could not be revived.
On Wednesday, Essex Coroner’s Court heard evidence that Greta was set to fly straight back to Tirana but seemingly fainted during the turnaround in Stansted. Her coworkers rushed to her aid and initially provided basic first aid before commencing CPR.
According to the British Heart Foundation, ‘sudden adult death syndrome’ is the term used when someone dies suddenly and unexpectedly from a cardiac arrest, but the cause of the cardiac arrest can’t be found.
Despite wild conspiracy theories, however, SADS isn’t a new phenomenon, and around 500 people in the UK die of SADS every year.
The BHF attributes most cases of SADS to untreated arrhythmia – an abnormal heart rhythm that someone could have lived with for years.
A spokesperson for the airline said it is continuing to support Greta’s family “in these difficult moments”.
“In respect to Greta and her family, we decided to share the news with the public at the appropriate time. We will always remember Greta as a passionate professional, an excellent co-worker, and a great friend to all of us,” the statement continued.
“May God mercy her and give peace to the family. Air Albania will continue to be with her family.”
Mateusz Maszczynski honed his skills as an international flight attendant at the most prominent airline in the Middle East and has been flying throughout the COVID-19 pandemic for a well-known European airline. Matt is passionate about the aviation industry and has become an expert in passenger experience and human-centric stories. Always keeping an ear close to the ground, Matt's industry insights, analysis and news coverage is frequently relied upon by some of the biggest names in journalism.
Could it possibly be something else that caused this like a vaccine known to cause myocarditis?
No, John, it can’t, because the author makes it clear to connect those dots would be to endorse a “wild conspiracy theory.” Thus, we aren’t permitted to consider the possibility that an unprecedented sudden, drastic increase in deaths of young healthy people could have anything to do with the recent worldwide deployment of a lightly tested, hastily-deployed vaccine which is predicated upon a brand new medical technology. We just aren’t allowed to consider that.
Now, off I go to get my 8th booster!
The author has made it known he’s a vax loving, chin diaper wearing wokestir. He promoted all things pro vax and pro mask throughout the past couple years.
8th Booster?………I’m 2 behind!
This is happening a lot more since the vaccine, unfortunately
Arrhythmia happens to be one of the several Covid shot-related heart issues that can cause heart attack or cardiac arrest weeks, months, even years down the line. Indeed, the number of reports of those issues here in the U.S. are 60 times greater than the entire pre-2021, 30-year history of the CDC’s reporting system. If the young woman had been jabbed, the shots are the most likely cause of her death, until proven otherwise.
Shawn, giving her occupation, it is highly unlikely to that she wasn’t jab as many time as it was required in strictest countries. I personally know few cabin crew members working for different companies and they ALL had to take it. They “had” option to take tests at every airport.. but not every airport had that option, so in the end, they “volunteered”
I’m not a pro or anti vaccer but what I want to say is Sudden Adult dearth is a real thing and WAS a real thing long before the COVID vaccines. My brother dies of this in 1991. Not everything is a conspiracy.
It’s not a conspiracy to point out the egregious number of Covid vaccine-associated heart-related issues that can cause future heart attack and cardiac arrest. It’s an observation. In vaccine recipients, without adequate proof of other cause the jabs must be considered the most likely suspect.