Southwest Airlines as good Samaritan

Southwest Airlines as good Samaritan

Every day Americans are bombarded on all fronts by increasing wickedness and bad, bad news. Evil seems to be gaining ground exponentially.

And just when the weight of culture filled with immoral oppressiveness begins to suck the hope out of us, a ray of goodness, a spark of integrity shines through.

This time the story is about Southwest Airlines, typically known for their good humor, cheap prices and peanuts. And what Southwest did for one passenger, a mother, whose son had just been in an accident.

MyFoxPhilly writes:

Southwest Airlines is being praised for going above and beyond the call of duty after a woman learned her son was in a coma after an accident.

Peggy Uhle was on a flight from Chicago to Columbus waiting to take off when the plane turned back to the gate and flight attendant asked her to get off.

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