A Delta Air Lines plane was about to take off from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport when a passenger on board lost consciousness, Wednesday.
When the call went out for a doctor on board, the US surgeon general says he gladly stepped in to help with a medical emergency on a commercial flight.
However, Adams said that it was a part of his duty and he was glad to assist the passenger.
After tweeting about the incident, Adams added in a Facebook post that he was one of three medical professionals on board the flight who helped the patient. "Medical assistance was provided by the U.S. Surgeon General who worked with our flight crew to aid the customer", Delta confirmed in a statement.
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The passenger eventually regained consciousness, but HHS staff said Adams ultimately determined it was necessary to go back to the gate and have the person evaluated at the hospital.
Delta also responded to the tweet thanking Adams for volunteering to step in during the scary situation.
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