Death at 30,000 Feet

Submitted by PP Rega

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Saturday, 20 June 2009

A pilot has an apparent cardiac arrest while on a trans-Atlantic flight.

The co-pilot, in complete control of the flying, calls for medical assistance from the passengers, but conceals the reason.

Four doctors respond to the request: An Italian, A Frenchman, a German and an American.

When they enter the cockpit and see a blue, unconscious, pulseless pilot, the Italian exclaims, "Oh Dio," the Frenchamn cries out, "Sacre Bleu," and the German spurts, "Ach du lieber."

Meanwhile, the American asks, "Blue Cross?"

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