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Turbulent flight lands Continental in court

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A passenger is suing Continental Airlines and three other carriers over mental trauma she said she experienced during a turbulent flight. Lubbock, Texas resident Colleen O'Neal flew from College Station to Houston on Oct. 29, 2009, when tornados and thunderstorms were reported in the region... O'Neal believed she was going to die and has experienced post-traumatic stress disorder and fears flying, she alleges. (www.chron.com) More...

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HunterTS4
Toby Sharp 0
Colleen O'Neal vs God.....LMAO! good one Zach!
Bcap
Bcap 0
Oh my God. I had two flights with Southwest that scared the absolute crap out of me and I have a hard time getting on a plane now, but I wouldn't freaking sue them!
zcolescott
All right...the People's Court is now in session. The honorable so and so will now hear the case of Colleen O'Neal vs. God. lol
northrop
northrop 0
OMG is all I have to say!!!!!! Please tell me she isnt being serious and that she is just trying to get a free paycheck.
Josephgirone
Joseph Girone 0
She should be kissing the feet of the pilots that got her on the ground safely. And yes... she's out for a free paycheck. Hope the judge throws it out. But I doubt it in this day and age.
lsh2429516
lsh2429516 0
Welcome to Ammmerica :)
n7224e
BC Hadley 0
Thank goodness this is being tried in Texas. If it were in California or NY, this idiot might actually win. Let's see, who can I blame my fear of snakes on? Because I was unable to fulfill my life-long dream to work in a side show, someone needs to pay.

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