Carrie Fisher Heart Attack: What Happened In London Flight
Carrie Fisher heart attack news stunned her fans. The Star Wars actress, famous for the role of Princess Leia, suffered a massive heart attack, at mid-flight from London to LAX.
Anna Akana, also a passenger, tweeted that there is no way how she could describe what happened. Carrie Fisher just stopped breathing. After Fisher's United Airlines Flight landed, in California, paramedics rushed her to the hospital. Carrie Fisher heart attack lasted for 15 minutes before the landing. It also took 15 minutes for paramedics to get a pulse.
Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Erik Scott added at 12:11 p.m. rescuers responded immediately to a call from LAX regarding Carrie Fisher's Cardiac Arrest. They stated that they aggressively treated and transported Carrie Fisher to the nearest hospital. One of the law enforcers stated that the condition of Carrie Fisher was not good.
Carrie Fisher's brother, Todd Fisher, told the Press that she is out of emergency state, in Los Angeles Hospital. He added, that it would still be best, to continue praying for her and the doctors that are doing their best.
Accoridng to ABC News, the 60-year-old actress, known for her roles in the Star Wars Movie Episode IV - A New Hope, 1977. She continued playing the role Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back, 1980, and Star Wars: Episode VI - Return Of The Jedi, 1983.
Born in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California. Her parents are Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds. Well-known of her book " Postcards From the Edge". From the The Telegraph, when the Carrie Fisher Heart Attack news broke, her co-stars in the Star Wars used the social media to show their support. William Shatner, an co-actor, urge Carrie Fisher's fans to send her their best and special thoughts.
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