Transcript for Two Grieving Sisters Miss Saying Their Final Goodbyes to Their Dying Father
Next tonight, here two grieving sisters say they missed saying good-bye to their dying father after they were kicked off their flight on the way to see them. The passenger was so angry how the sisters were treated, she sent a message on YouTube, and they are investigating. Here's ABC's David Kerley. Reporter: These two sisters tonight, blame allegiant air and two flight attendants, for denying them that final goodbye to their father. Their delayed flight heading for the runway when one sister gets a text, and walks back to sit across from her sister. I softly told her that that dad wasn't expected to live through the night. And I just lost it right there. I couldn't breathe. Reporter: Baker says she reached over the aisle and a flight attendant questioned her. And I said, "I'm trying to console my sister, we just found out my dad's dying." And she said, "You need to keep your personal problems off this plane." And she said "I'm doing my job," and I said "Well maybe you're in the wrong job." Reporter: That triggered a call to the captain, who returned to the gate. The sisters removed to the disbelief of other passengers. It was completely inhumane and deplorable that everybody was in shock at what actually happened. Reporter: The sisters never made it from Orlando to Asheville before their father passed. I'll never get to say goodbye to my dad. Reporter: Leejt says aleejt says in a statement, it is investigating, but expects passengers to be treated
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