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United Airlines reportedly kept a mom waiting while her baby overheated on a plane

United Airlines reportedly kept a mom waiting while her baby overheated on a plane

2017 is not a good year to be an airline company, especially if that company’s name is United Airlines.
Passenger and mom Emily France said that her baby became overheated on a delayed flight as the aircraft waited on the Denver International Airport (DIA) tarmac, reports the Denver Post. The 39-year-old said that passengers waited for over two hours on the plane, despite a heatwave in the area. France recalled “hot air coming from the vents.”
“We just sat and sat and sat,” she said. “I hit my call button and said, ‘I think it’s getting dangerously hot back here.’”
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