Elderly man passes away after walking without wheelchair at Mumbai airport

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A commotion is going on at Mumbai Airport after the death of an elderly man. According to his family, the 80-year-old man died after he walked across the terminal without a wheelchair.

The Indian-origin US citizen came to Mumbai from New York. While booking an economy class ticket on an Air India flight, he said that he needed help with a wheelchair. However, the airline authorities failed to provide him with a wheelchair due to wheelchair crisis.

Later, he gave his wife a wheelchair and started walking towards the terminal. After walking about one and a half kilometers, he suddenly fell ill and fell on the ground. He was rushed to Nanavati Hospital, where doctors declared him dead. It is believed that he suffered a heart disease due to excessive walking.

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