A woman on her way to see her dying mother in Minnesota was removed from the United flight because of an incorrect ticket cancellation.
Carrol Amrich was sitting on a United Airlines flight, waiting for the plane to take off when she says a flight attendant approached her and told her she had to leave. Amrich pleaded with the attendants to let her stay on the plane, but she was allegedly told, “nobody flies for free.” She traveled through the night by car, not even stopping to use the bathroom, she told the Times, but she didn’t make it in time. Her mother had died.
“I drove 1,000 miles, and she was gone before I got here,” she said to the Times. “I never stopped to rest. I went straight through. And she was gone.”
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