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According to the main paper on the island, the Midi-Madagasikara, the British student was heading back to the UK just eight days into the trip due to last over a month.She is said to have had a number of troubling conversations with her parents in Buckinghamshire.Their most recent report claims that the family considered the situation an 'emergency' and rented a small plane to take her from the north of the island to Madagascar's Ivato Antananarivo international airport where she would have flown to Paris and then on to London.They convinced Ruth Johnson, who is understood to be 51, to accompany her on the five-seat Cessna-type aircraft but Alana then fought her way off the plane and jumped minutes after take-off.In the meantime, I have to make up two more midterms and get pack into the swing of things with achey joints and a vocal range about an octave lower than normal.Registered users receive a variety of benefits including the ability to customize email alerts, create favorite journals list, and save searches.The police chief added: 'The victim is a student who has failed on research work and was asking for a lot of moral support.'She had personally financed her research and had suffered a paranoia attack five times.
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'She was in regular contact by email with her parents to whom she receives moral support.
She did not handle her stresses well.'On Ms Johnson's departure day Alana's parents agreed that Alana should interrupt her research and fly with Ms Johnson.'She was in the country for a university research trip to complement her studies and one other passenger was in the aircraft with her, along with the pilot.
Alana Cutland, 19, a second-year Biological Natural Sciences student from Milton Keynes, died after plunging 5,000ft from the plane while on a study trip to the Indian Ocean island.
Her friend and fellow British tourist Ruth Johnson and the pilot wrestled with her for several minutes by grabbing her by the legs, Madagascar police chief Sinola Nomenjahary has said.