They lost their dog because of an @united flight attendant.
They were on United 1284, which arrived at LaGuardia shortly before 11 p.m. Monday. He said the airline refunded the tickets purchased for the dog owner and her two children and the fee that they paid to bring a pet on board - typically $200.
When the flight attendant came by, she told the woman needed to place the carrier in the overhead bin.
Passenger Maggie Gremminger told aviation website One Mile at a Time that the pet owner "adamantly pushed back" on the flight attendant's demand for the dog to go in the overhead compartment before complying. The woman protested, witnesses said, but the flight attendant assured her that the dog would be safe, and told her the family would not be allowed to travel if she refused to stow the dog in the bin. "The woman, crying in the airplane aisle on the floor", Gremminger said. Gremminger said the owner was preoccupied by her infant during the flight and did not check on the pet, which fell eerily silent after barking during takeoff and as the plane ascended to its cruising altitude. Here's everything we know! I am heartbroken right now.
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It's unclear why or if the woman did not check on her pet during the flight.
'The flight attendants of flight UA1284 felt that the innocent animal was better off crammed inside the overhead container without air and water, ' he wrote on Facebook. I think maybe she assumed it surely was safe.
This incident follows the death of giant rabbit on board a United Flight in 2017, and the horrific assault of passenger David Dao as he was dragged from his seat.
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Passenger June Lara wrote on Facebook that the flight attendants on the plane insisted the puppy in his kennel be placed inside the overhead bin.
United Airlines issued an apology to the passenger, saying, in part, that the dog should never have been placed in the overhead bin and "we assume full responsibility for this tragedy".
The airline says it's "thoroughly investigating" to prevent a situation like this from happening again.
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