Two sisters were obviously distraught after missing the final moments of their dying father's life. The sisters were kicked of of their flight after being told they were too "disruptive." Sisters Debbie Hartman and Tricia Baker were humiliated after Allegiant Airlines called them a "threat". Hartman and Baker were on their way from Sanford, Florida, to Asheville, North Carolina, to visit their sick father, who was in hospice care Monday.
"I just wanted to see my dad", said Hartman. Baker had recieved a text message that her father was dying. "I didn't know if my sister was getting the same message", says Baker. Baker got up to tell her sister when a flight attentdant stepped in telling Baker, "You need to sit down." Hartman began having a panic attack and the situation quickly escalated when Baker chastised the flight attendant for the lack of compassion. The flight attendant told them "You need to keep you personal problems off of the plane", Hartman said after explaining that their father was dying.
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