For once, there is some good news being reported about Dr. Conrad Murray, who is currently facing a manslaughter charge in the 2009 death of Michael Jackson.
As a result of that charge, Murray’s medical practice has faced heavy scrutiny. However, for travelers on a recent Delta Airlines flight, his reputation has been given a bit of a second chance. According to RadarOnline.com, mid-way through a flight from San Francisco to Minneapolis, the captain announced over the p.a. system that a passenger needed medical attention.
Answering the call for a doctor or nurse on the flight, Murray joined another physician in stabilizing the passenger in need of attention.
The passenger didn't recognize Dr. Murray, though a source noted,”other people on the plane who were staring at him."
This is the second time that Dr. Murray has assisted a passenger seeking medical attention on a plane. Last May, Dr. Murray treated a woman who fainted on a US Airways flight.
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