Michael Jackson's Physician Tends To Sick Plane Passenger

Michael Jackson's Physician Tends To Sick Plane Passenger

For the second time, Dr. Conrad Murray responds to call of duty aboard an airplane.

Published April 18, 2011

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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Written by Michael Arceneaux


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