I am Rick's wife.
The article mentions the airport manager...this is the same manager who didn't have the professional decency or courtesy to meet with me or Rick's daughter on Tuesday afternoon.
First we were told that she had just stepped out of her office and to have a seat, and then her receptionist told us she had left for the day. When asked for her cell phone, conveniently her battery had died and she didn't take her phone with her. Conveniently, she was going to be making rounds to other local airports for the next couple of days and wouldn't be available.
I realize that she is not personally responsible for the error in reporting the arrival of my husband's plane but she is ultimately responsible for everything that happens at that airport. I have the name of the employee incorrectly reported their arrival...while this error may not have resulted in their successful rescue, my husband and the pilot were never given that chance. The lives of countless travelers are in your hands each and every day and to be so cavalier and caloused about human lives disgusts me.
Vengeance is mine sayeth the Lord...may God have mercy on your souls as I have none for you.
In Print This Week:
Jun 25, 2015
vol XXVI issue 26
Robert Durst's Ghost
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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