In the same week that a French bulldog apparently suffocated on a United flight and the airline wrongly sent a German Shepard to Japan , a flight had to be diverted because a pet was put on the wrong plane. "Not exactly sure how, they aren't sure how either", she said. The French bulldog was barking during the whole flight, according to multiple passenger accounts, but they did not discover that Kokito died until after the plane landed.
ABC News reports that a flight departing Newark airport was diverted after the airline learned that a pet had mistakenly placed on the flight. On Monday, a 10-month-old French bulldog puppy named Kokito died aboard a United Airlines flight from Houston to NY after a flight attendant ordered the owner to place the dog's carrier - with the dog still inside - in the overheard bin because it was blocking the aisle.
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In a news release late Friday, FIGG Bridge Engineers said it "continues to work diligently" to determine the cause of the collapse, and is examining the steps its team has taken. The falling concrete has already claimed six lives, and rescuers kept looking for bodies in the ruins of the structure, including that of the young woman who was at the wheel, Alexa Duran, whose family said she was dead.
Officially, the White House said there was no single factor that led to Cohn's resignation. "If you noticed when Larry Kudlow spoke on CNBC yesterday, he ended by saying, 'However things work out, it will be God's will.' That's an interesting way to talk about being the national economic adviser to the president".