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An angry dad claims his 10-year-old daughter, who has a rare form of severe asthma, was recently refused entry to an Easyjet flight was forced to lie on the floor of London’s Gatwick Airport as they waited to receive medical attention, after his arrival in just a few minutes too late for their flight.

The accident reportedly left the family stranded for two days at the air hub, while the representatives of the carrier, to the claim that it was denied because they were nearly twenty minutes late for the scheduled trip.

On July 10, in The Office, when I arrived at the airport at Gatwick airport after a holiday with her family in Turkey, The Sun reports, before things quickly took a turn for the worse. The young person and his or her family, presumably, was three minutes too late for their Easyjet port to connect with the flight to Douglas on the Isle of Man, because the girl was “tired” of her asthma.

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An angry dad claims his 10-year-old daughter, who has a rare form of severe asthma, was recently refused entry to an Easyjet flight was forced to lie on the floor of London’s Gatwick Airport as they waited to receive medical attention, after his arrival in just a few minutes too late for their flight.
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The little girl’s father, Keith, says that while the family had arrived at the gate three minutes late due to a medical problem, they were not allowed to board their plane.

Photos and video footage are obtained by the outlet, the little girl in the hands of the pain on the ground, while Jim argues with Easyjet staff over the turn of events.

“Easyjet is delighted to have a sick child on the floor, are they? Is that what you want me to say?” the angry father reported to be in charge.

“No, no, no, no, you have to have [The] upon the ground, as you like it, you are its because you want to,” the Easyjet employee is reported to have said.

The carrier, the staffer quickly left the scene, and Keith claims to be an hour and a half passed before one of the carrier and came back for them to check it out.

Witnesses at the scene were said to have been “shocked and horrified”, The Sun reports.

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The Extra footage, it has The later to be received of the treatment of a breathing apparatus at the airport at Gatwick, which is in accordance with the ac wall outlet.

Even worse, the family of Campbell, was reported to have run aground on the busy London air hub, and for two days after the incident, according to the outlet,

In response to Fox News that the budget airline apologized for the incident:

The little girl’s father, Keith, says that while the family had arrived at the gate three minutes late due to a medical problem, they were not allowed to board their plane.
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“We are very sorry for the family’s of Campbell’s experience at the customer service desk. They did not receive the level of care that we expect to be delivered through our ground-handling partners so we are with them,” a spokesman said.

“Unfortunately, the family arrived 17 minutes late to the gate, and, as we held the gate open longer than usual, to try and accommodate them we will eventually need to offload their baggage in order to ensure that the flight and all of the other passengers are free to leave,” the rep continued.

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“We’re At Mr. Him and his family to alternative flights free of charge, as well as hotel accommodations and expenses,” the airline spokesperson continued. “We have been working with Mr Campbell to apologise for his experience and to offer a gesture of goodwill.”

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