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Teenager on the Alaska Airlines plane ride helping stowaways and deaf passengers who travel alone becomes more viral.
One 15-year-old young woman is commended for her practical way of assisting a stowaway and hearing impaired traveller who travelled alone last weekend on an Alaska Airlines outing. Both Clara Daly and her mother Jane were on their way home from Boston, Mass. to Los Angeles when their plane was cancelled. You were transferred to another plane where the couple met Tim Cook, a visually impaired and numb man who travelled home to Portland, Ore.
Coook had visited his little sister in Boston. As soon as Koch got on the plane, Scribner said, other travellers tried their best to make his trip more convenient -- even a man who gave Cook his gang-place. The cabin crew, however, needed someone who could talk to Cook during the mission.
One of the cabin attendants asked whether a passenger knew the ASL to ring her call switch via the PA system on the aircraft. "I went a whole three to [ Cook ], once to get him fresh soda, another to tell him the amount of elapsed and the last minute of the ride to just speak to him," Daly said to the Box59.
And Scribner published a snapshot of the young woman signed with Cook on Facebook, which has been divided almost 600,000 copies since Sunday afternoons. Alaska Airlines Jane tells Alaska that her subsidiary feels that the cancellation of her plane was intended. "Clara said to me after the plane was flying that she thought it was that our initial plane was cancelled and we were put on that plane so she could be there to help Tim," Jane said.
Once the plane had arrived safe, Cook was collected from his retirement home at the gates by a contractor. According to reports, he was telling the carrier it was the best plane he ever took.