Darcy the French bulldog was rescued by JetBlue attendants on a recent flight Image: FACEBOOK
We have always wondered about the hanging oxygen masks in an aircraft, and now we can certainly see why they need to be there. Have you heard about the French bulldog, Darcy, who was rescued by JetBlue attendants on a recent flight? The wonderful story reported by an Internet user went viral on Facebook and Twitter, and Netizens can't seem to get enough of this incident.
The story of this rescue operation was shared on Facebook by one of the flight attendants, who was present on the flight that was carrying a short snout French bulldog named Darcy from Florida to Massachusetts. During the flight, the doggo started showing signs of stress and his tongue began to turn blue. Due to less oxygen, Darcy couldn't breathe properly and that prompted the flight crew to quickly step in with an oxygen mask.
Thanks to the alert attendants, the doggo was saved by the oxygen mask. A thank you note with a letter written by a woman named “Michele,” was posted to a Facebook page called The Everyday Jumpseater that described the journey of Darcy in that flight.
Michele credited the flight crew with Darcy’s improvement and wrote, "We all are affected by cabin pressure and oxygen fluctuations, human, canine and feline. But the fact that the attendants were responsive and attentive to the situation may have saved Darcy’s life. I wanted to say thank you to JetBlue and thank you to Renaud and Diane for doing their job and also being great humans.”
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