Taipei, Taiwan – The pilot of Malaysia Airlines, flight MH370 that disappeared in March 2013 over China sea, Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, has mysteriously reappeared in a Taiwan hospital on Monday, suffering from severe dehydration.
Reportedly, the 53-year-old pilot was transported to the Hospital by a couple of villagers, who claim to have found the man lying unconscious on the banks of the Tangshui River.
According to Doctors, he woke up almost 15 hours after arriving at the hospital, but couldn’t remember his name or how he arrived in Taipei. He was rapidly identified, with the help of his fingerprints.
The doctors believe that he may be suffering from regressive amnesia, caused by a major stress or life-threatening situation.
“The patient seems to have undergone a lot of stress lately, and the amnesia is probably an unconscious self-defense mechanism,” claims Dr. Syed Sulong. “The patient is still very weak and his brain seems to be blocking access to a certain part of his memory, in order to protect him from pain that these memories could generate.”
Many people hope that Captain Shah will now be able to bring answers concerning Malaysia Airlines ‘s Boeing 777-200ER, that disappeared on 8 March 2014, while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
Despite all the efforts of the international community, the faith of the infamous flight remains unclear, almost 2 years after the events. Hopefully, as Mr. Shah recovers his memory, he should be able to bring answers to many questions concerning the 12 Malaysian crew members and 227 passengers from 15 nations that were on board.