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The pilot of an American Airlines flight on Sunday, a veteran flight nurse who was critically injured when she was struck by a vehicle in a hail of rocks, was released from a local hospital.
The accident occurred on Sunday afternoon in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and the flight nurse, Heather Karp, was flown to a nearby hospital by a paramedic.
She was declared brain dead at 4:40 p.m. local time on Sunday.
Karp is the first person to die from a crash involving a flight nurse since 2010, when a pilot was killed by a fall while he was flying an Air France flight from Paris to London.
The incident is one of several involving flight nurses on U.S. airlines, with the majority of crashes involving people riding in front of a flight.
A pilot killed by falling debris while flying an Airbus A320 in 2013 in San Francisco killed eight people.
The Texas Transportation Institute, which tracks air safety, reported that a number of accidents involving flight attendants have involved crashes involving aircraft.
It said in its latest data that at least 23 flights involving flight nurse were involved in accidents last year.
A spokeswoman for the FAA said in a statement that the accident occurred while the plane was in the air.
The NTSB did not say how long Karp was on the flight.
She also did not have any injuries.