An Oxygen concentrator goes missing at the airport, later found with CSK player.

In a rather bizzare incident, A man carrying an oxygen concentrator for a ailing patient from Bengaluru to Delhi in Indigo Flight. His oxygen concentrator went missing. Two days later it was found with a CSK (Chennai Super Kings) who landed and were at the same airport of Delhi.

As per The New Indian Express the oxygen concentrator was later delivered to the respective owner.

As per the report Anwar Ansari had dispatched the oxygen concentrator from Bengaluru for his 68-year-old father, who is currently ailing after being Covid positive. The equipment was dispatched on Indigo Flight 6E 5161, which landed at the IGI – Indira Gandhi International Airport around 7.30 pm. Upon landing it was found that the concentrator, which was stuffed in a carton, went missing in the baggage claim area of Terminal 3.   

“As per the CCTV footage, the box was taken off the belt by another airline porter and got mixed up with the baggage of their passengers. These bags belonged to the players of the CSK IPL team who had arrived on a Vistara flight at the same time.” official statement for the media houses by the Indigo Airlines.

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