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Orlando Airport Dog Bite Victim Wants Answers

Orlando Airport Dog Bite Victim Wants Answers
Ryan Boyd

According to JetBlue passenger Brittany Langlois, a fellow passenger’s dog bit her while she was waiting to check in to her flight at Orlando International Airport (MCO), and JetBlue employees spirited the dog’s owner away before she was able to get their name.

Langlois, who is planning to get a rabies shot as a result of the incident, claims that neither JetBlue nor Orlando International Airport have offered to compensate her for the cost of the shot.

To read more on this story, go to Fox News.

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  1. sddjd

    sddjd

    November 16, 2017 at 1:52 pm

    Hope she’s able to gain some info from the airport and/or JetBlue. In the linked article it is stated that she was in the check-in line for JB , the same line in which the dog’s owner was waiting. JB may deny all they want, but there’s no question there was a passenger booked to fly out of MCO with an animal who failed to show for their flight. This wouldn’t take much effort to reveal, but unfortunately they seem determined to force her to lawyer up.

    I actually hope we see more and more of these incidents so we can finally cease this asinine “any pet is a service animal” concept created by the victim olympics generation. Imagine this had been a small child accompanied by parents who would look at the fleeing owner and dog in a more aggressive light instead of calmly allowing them to disappear without comment. No good will ever come of this situation.

  2. overdahill

    November 25, 2017 at 10:07 pm

    Someone might think that a felonious assault was committed and if police action filed then discovery
    would be inevitable. Check with a lawyer.

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