Indiana mother dies on American Airlines trip from Dominican Republic

Mocobizscene- An American Airlines Boeing 777-223(ER), embellished with a 75th-anniversary sticker, is departing from Barcelona Airport in Barcelona, Spain, on February 23, 2024. According to reports, a mother of two from central Indiana tragically passed away after falling ill on a flight from the Dominican Republic to the United States.

During a flight from Punta Cana to Charlotte, North Carolina, a 41-year-old woman experienced a sudden health emergency on American Airlines Flight 2790, according to authorities.

The local police mentioned that after receiving CPR on the plane, she was diverted to the Turks and Caicos Islands, which is a British Overseas Territory situated in the southeast of the Bahamas.

According to a Facebook post by the Royal Turks and Caicos Island Police Force, medics and police were sent to the aircraft to assist a woman who was later taken to a local hospital. Tragically, she was pronounced dead.

Authorities have stated that a thorough examination will be carried out to determine the exact cause of death.

American Airlines has confirmed that the flight was diverted to Providenciales International Airport (PLS) and that the woman was taken to the hospital. The airline further stated that the flight resumed its journey to Charlotte the next day.

The passenger’s identity has not been disclosed, as per FOX 59, but it is known that she hailed from central Indiana. According to a Facebook user, the passenger in question is her sister-in-law. Stephanie Quinn expressed her disbelief and heartbreak in response to the police statement. Quinn affectionately described her sister-in-law as the only girl among five siblings. She is also a proud mother of two children who have big hearts and consistently achieve excellent grades.

It is uncertain whether the 41-year-old had been flying with her children or other family members when she became unwell.

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