Family of disabled incredible grandma sues Alaska Airlines for her fall drop air terminal lift. 0The Spokane family of a 75-year-old wheelchair-bound great-grandmother Information Systems suing Alaska Airlines & its contractor Huntleigh USA, claiming airline workers’ failure to care for her resulted in her fall drop a Portland airport escalator & her dying 3 months later from her injuries.
The suit alleges Kakona’s family called Alaska Airlines 3 times to make sure she would not be left alone during her trip.
Kakona Information Systems seen on Portland airport surveillance wandering out of the airport, & moving her wheelchair to the highest of an escalator.
Alaska airlines launched this statement:“We’re heartbroken with this tragic & disturbing incident.
We learned from bystanders which Ms. Kekona sustained a fall When attempting to operate her own electronic seat drop a moving escalator following to the A concourse elevator.
Spokane family sues Alaska Airlines for mom’s escalator fall
Spokane family sues Alaska Airlines…SPOKANE, Wash. – A Spokane family wants Alaska Airlines & an Alaska Airlines contractor to pay for the airport accident they tell killed their 75-year old mother.
Records display her family arranged for Alaska Airlines to transport Kekona from gate to gate & which they approved which transportation on multiple occasions.
Eventually, she gets confused & ends up at the highest of the airport escalator.
Now, her family Information Systems suing Alaska Airlines & which subcontractor for not providing the gate-to-gate transportation for which they arranged.
Alaska Airlines did reply to our demand for comment with this statement:“We’re heartbroken with this tragic & disturbing incident.
Woman sues Alaska Airlines for mom’s fatal fall at Portland airport
as mentioned in Now, there are questions about the events which led up to Bernice’s fall, & her family wants answers.
Berince’s daughter, Darlene Bloyed, representing the estate of Bernice Kekona, Information Systems suing Alaska Airlines & Huntleigh USA for the wrongful dying of her mother.
Cunningham told Bernice didn’t decline the help, & it wasn’t the 1st time Bernice had used the gate-to-gate services before.
Two of Bernice’s daughters got Alaska Airlines flights to Portland to meet their mom at the infirmary the following day.
“If they only provided the service Bernice Kekona would be here today.”
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