From the Sala, and the pilot in the crashed aircraft, are exposed to carbon monoxide
The 14th of August 2019 15:33
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A soccer player, Emilio Sala, and the pilot, David Ibbotson, who, on January 21, perished when she was a privévliegtuig were on their way from Nantes to Cardiff, according to investigators, the cockpit is exposed to the damaging of the values of the toxic gas carbon monoxide.
The British authority in that aircraft accidents examined, the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB), reported on Wednesday, in an update (pdf), that is, the amount of carbon dioxide in the blood from the room of the top of the value that is potentially fatal and is seen to be.
It is color – and odor-free carbon dioxide binding in the blood to hemoglobin, the protein in the transport of oxygen, which creates a result in the bonding of the carboxyhemoglobine. If the concentration of carboxyhemoglobine in the blood is above 50 percent, there is a risk of a heart attack, and loss of consciousness. In the Sala, which was the concentration to 58 percent of the time.