CINCINNATI – A Mason woman said a "hero" was going into another woman who had seizures during a Houston-Cincinnati Sunday flight, and she wants to know why the pilot did not land so the woman could get medical treatment could be respect.
Amy Hammond said a woman two rows in front of her had begun to grab when the Houston plan rose about a minute or two after launch.
A man sitting nearby said he was working for a fire department and started helping her, even though he was initially insulted for promotion, Hammond said. He asked if there was a doctor, and then took care of the confiscating woman who seemed to have a little boy with him for more than two hours.
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The woman took "dozens of times" during the flight, but the man would let her breathe and wake her, Hammond said. After about 40 minutes another person got up to help. She said that they had almost two cans of oxygen on board the plane.
A video posted by Hammond on Facebook, showing that the man who helped the woman seizing her was split hundreds of times on Monday afternoon.
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Hammond posed the question as to what method United Airlines has a medical emergency on board a flight.
"I was the last one off the plane, I expressed my anger at the decision not to land, the pilot said he had made the decision, I told him that we were watching a young mother go around and over again need 2 hours, "she wrote on Facebook.
Republic Airlines spokesman Jon Austin made the following statement to WCPO:
"This weekend, a customer experienced a medical problem aboard United States Airlines 3466 operating as United Express between Houston and Cincinnati: while During the flight, the customer was taken care of by our crew under the guidance of a medical on-call service and on-board medical personnel who landed safely in Cincinnati, where the aircraft was hit by medical personnel and by plane, and the passenger was taken to a local hospital. "