The woman of a Texas woman is reeling now that more details are being released about her sudden death on a plane. WFAA reports that an unidentified woman in her 30s was struggling to breathe while an onboard a flight from Arizona to Texas. Jenkins said the woman was "ill and having trouble breathing".
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said the woman's death serves a reminder that anyone can get infected with COVID-19 and the virus can kill people regardless of their age.
'Based on that report, and the fact that there was no mention of COVID at the time of the diversion, we treated this as we would any other medical incident, ' Kitts said. The county has reported 89,987 confirmed infections and 1,194 deaths.
The woman had underlying health conditions that were high risk and officials believe she was sick while on the flight, according to CBS DFW.
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A spokesperson for Spirit Airlines told The Washington Post that the airline has offered condolences to the woman's family and that it is confident in its procedures in dealing with the virus. Hofmeyer said the airline remains confident in its protocols for handling coronavirus cases and that it works with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on any contact tracing requests. The office could not be reached for comment.
It has not been reported what airport she was departing from.
While it appears to be an extreme case, the woman's death was disclosed as airlines continue to try to convince potential passengers that flying is safe during the pandemic.