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A JetBlue flight attendant shared a moving account of how crew and passengers on an Orlando-bound flight went out of their way to comfort a grieving woman who lost her 20-year-old grandson in Sunday’s massacre...
...a colleague had an idea to have all of the passengers sign a condolence note for the woman. But people didn’t just scribble their names, they wrote long thoughtful messages that took up pages and pages. When the flight landed, they made an announcement: “JetBlue stands with Orlando” and then, at the request of some passengers, held a moment of silence for Omar.
As they got off, Karas said every single passenger stopped to personally greet Omar’s grandmother.
“Some just said they were sorry, some touched her hand, some hugged her, some cried with her,” Karas wrote. “But every single person stopped to speak to her, and not a single person was impatient at the slower deplaning process.”