Posted September 19, 2018 08:01:20 The pilot who lost his life in a plane crash in Canada last week may not have been as wealthy as the wealthy people who fly the planes.
A woman who lost her life in the crash in B.C. said she was flown to a hospital in Saskatoon, Sask., to get treatment for her injuries and was told she would not be able to see her husband or daughter again until she was released from hospital.
According to a statement from her sister, Rachel Dallen, the woman told her she was going to be released from the hospital in the middle of the night and was unable to make the trip to the airport.
Dallen said she went with her sister to the B.M.E. Flight Centre in Sask and boarded a Delta Airlines flight from Saskatoon to Vancouver.
When the plane arrived, Dallens brother-in-law and her sister told the flight attendant to stop the flight and wait outside the plane.
Delta refused to provide details of how the plane landed and refused to confirm whether the plane was carrying anyone on board.
“I was in shock and didn’t know what to do,” Dallan said.
The Dallans had been travelling from their home in Ontario, where Dallon lives with her mother, to visit her brother, who is in Edmonton.
They had planned to see a friend on Friday.
“We went to see him the next day and he told us that he was in a serious accident and he wasn’t going to come out of the hospital,” Dalton said.
The woman, who has not been identified, was flying home from a trip to Alaska.
She was expected to be discharged on Tuesday, but the Delta flight attendant said he would have to wait to see if he was able to make it to his brother- in-law’s hospital.
“He didn’t come out to the hospital with me that day,” Daltan said, adding that she was concerned about her brother- the father of her children.
In a statement, Delta said it “refuses to confirm the name or the reason for the flight” and referred all questions to the airline.
This is a developing story.
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