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“Dance Moms” star Abby Lee Miller had all the time in the Pittsburgh International Airport.
Earlier this week, the TV personality took to Instagram to inform followers that she fell out of her wheelchair at the arrival on Sunday of an incident that they apparently feel it was made worse by the American Airlines staff at the gate.
“Let’s just say that my transfer [to the aisle wheelchair to my own chair was not going to be as good as before! The movement should be done from the bridge, as usual, and not in front of a hundred ppl waiting to board,” Miller wrote.
“I shouldn’t have had to ask for someone to call the paramedics, and possibly the @americanair Gate and Bishop should have at least asked me if I was ok?” she added.
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However, because of Miller’s own account of the incident, it was not all bad, as they went on to describe the staff at the airport, as well as “very good.” She was even a child-words in the fire department who responded to assist.
“A big thank you to all of the setting up of the international Airport and Escorts, and these were some of the called the fire brigade who quickly got me on my feet in my chair and be on my way!!!!!” she was writing in.
“Let’s just say that my transfer [to the aisle wheelchair to my chair didn’t go so well.” Miller said on Instagram.
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American Airlines has shared his “concerns” about the Miller’s story is confirmed to be currently working on a review.
“We are proud to serve customers of all skill levels and we are committed to providing a positive and safe travel experience for all who travel with us,” the carrier said in a statement obtained by Fox News.
“We have been concerned with the problems of Ms. Miller about her recent experience at Pittsburgh International Airport, and will work with our team spirit and our contracted services, special assistance to the supplier in order to review the incident.
“We have been in contact with Mrs Miller’s apology and in order for her to receive a full refund, as a result of their experience.”
As pointed out by the Men, Miller was flying back on a Tuesday, and then asserted that the United Airlines has accidentally damaged her wheel chair. Miller, however, says the employee, who is handling the specific situation.
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Miller, 53, has required the use of a wheelchair after having emergency spinal surgery in April, and in June of 2018. She was subsequently diagnosed To lymphoma, enduring several rounds of chemotherapy before the onset of the Men were free of cancer in May of 2019 at the latest.