Because climate activists protested at Munich Airport, a plane with an emergency patient had to be diverted. According to the police, the plane landed about 20 minutes later than planned because of the protest. The 80-year-old patient had chest pains, but it turned out not to be a heart attack.

Because of the climate protest at Munich Airport, a plane with an emergency patient could only land about 20 minutes late on Thursday morning. According to information from the police, a machine approaching Munich reported a medical emergency at 8.30 a.m. As a result, the plane was supposed to touch down on the northern runway at 9:18 a.m., but then had to be diverted to the southern runway due to the closure there, where it was only able to land at 9:38 a.m.

“An 80-year-old passenger complained of chest pains. As things stand at the moment, thank God, he is in a stable condition,” said Bavaria’s Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann (CSU) at the request of the German Press Agency in Munich.

“Thank God, a more serious acute illness such as a heart attack had not been confirmed. But that was just luck and not foreseeable when the plane was still in the air,” emphasized Herrmann. Especially in emergencies, minutes often make the difference between life and death. The incident illustrates how “calmly and consciously these climate maniacs play with the lives of other people. On the one hand, posing as a do-gooder and, on the other hand, endangering life does not go together.”

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The government introduces citizen income and thus abolishes the Hartz IV system. Civil servants benefit twice from the salary adjustment. They receive higher salaries and higher pensions. And other civil servants will also benefit from the salary increase.