United Airlines is held responsible for the death of a 5 years old pet

Published on : Tuesday, August 8, 2017

1502152570572United Airlines is now caught in controversy over the death of a 5years old dog.

 

 

United Airlines is a major American airlines headquartered in Chicago, operating the domestic and international flight networks through Asia-Pacific region.

 

 

United Airlines has a bad name for the pet deaths while boarding on their flights. It is being held responsible by a Houston family for the death of their 5years old King Charles Spaniel.

 

 

The Rasmussen family has claimed that United Airlines is responsible for the passing of their dog.

 

 

In a report the family, while boarding in their flights, said their dog was in the cargo hold of the plane when the flight was delayed.

 

 

This 5 years old Spaniel was in tarmac for two hours before taking off to San Francisco.

 

 

During that time in the cargo hold, the family says their dog died.

 

 

Later in an official statement, the management of United Airlines apologized for the death of the pet of the Rasmussen family. They also stated that deep condolences and assistance to that family. The management also assured for the internal high official probe on the incidents and the position of the system of the cargo.

 

 

 

 

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