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YEKATERINBURG, February 18. /ITAR-TASS/. Doctors in the United Arab Emirates said the Russian flight attendant injured in a recent incident at the Dubai airport cannot be flown back to her homeland because her condition was serious, the press service of a Russian airline said.
Ural Airlines noted that its plane had been seriously damaged in the incident when a catering service car rammed it at the Dubai airport on Monday morning. The flight attendant who was standing by an exterior door of the plane at the moment of the collision fell to a platform. She was taken to a Dubai hospital for treatment.
A service check into the circumstances of the incident will determine the exact sum of damage caused to the company, Ural Airlines said.