A Massachusetts Couple Says Jet Blue Saved Their Dog’s Life
It's nice to hear a positive story about an airline, because unfortunately, it's usually bad news. Two flight attendants at Jet Blue reportedly saved a three-year-old French Bulldog's life, according to the Huffington Post. It was on a flight from Orlando, Florida to the Worcester Regional Airport in Massachusetts. The dog, whose name is Darcy, belongs to Michele and Steven Burt. Darcy was in a pet carrier under the seat in front of Michele Burt, and during the flight, she noticed that her dog was having trouble breathing. Darcy's "tongue and gums had turned blue, a sign of lack of oxygen," as per the Huffington Post. Mrs. Burt told the HuffPost that the flight attendants, Diane Asher and Renaud Spencer, brought water, ice, and an oxygen mask to help Darcy. It worked! Darcy is said to have recovered quickly and is going to be okay.