United Airlines, crew, passengers, friends of the Texas young boy with autism, who would not sit down in the chair,

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A Texas mother says a United Airlines crew and passengers, who are accommodated by the four-year-old boy with autism, who do not want to sit still on a flight home from a family vacation.

Lory, Gabriel, from the Cypress tree, which was about a half an hour, Houston, texas, told Fox News on Tuesday that on 6 August she was on a flight from San Diego to George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, texas, with her son, Braysen, who usually likes to fly, and when he had a meltdown.”

“It’s time to take it off, and Braysen had slipped from his girdle, and he had to sit on the floor. So, We were trying to get him back into his seat and his seat belt back on, and then, when he had his meltdown, and then began to kick, scream, and beat up,” Gabriel told Fox News.


She said as she tried to get him back in the seat, a flight attendant came over and told her that the flight could not take off until it was over.

Lory, Gabriel, said that she had been on a flight with her son Braysen, he would not have to sit in the chair.
(Lori Gabriel)

“I said,” I’m sorry.” I also told her that he was autistic,” Gabriel said, adding that she was worried that they were going to get kicked off the flight because he wouldn’t sit down and I would have it understood, that, as it is a safety issue.”

Gabriel said to the stewardess was, “so cute” and let her keep the Braysen on her lap for take-off. She said, after the seat belt sign was turned off, “but I just couldn’t hold him anymore, because he was fighting me the whole time, and that was when he was on the ground.”

Gabriel is said to be a passenger and sat down in front of them, an american flight attendant who does not work during the flight, it was nice, and said that it was not a problem, it was as if he was kicking her feet, while he was on the ground.

Gabriel said to her son, then made his way up to the first division, and had been “messing around” with a man in the chair. Gabriel said the man told her not to worry about it, and he didn’t mind it, even with the introduction of the self-Braysen, and give him high-fives.


Gabriel, who told what had happened on her Facebook page, he said, instead of handling the situation in a negative way, the members of the crew had to accommodate her son’s needs.

She added that they will be allowed to Braysen to where he wanted to go.

“A big thank you to United Airlines and they had been to his needs, and that we were all OK, worked it around to where he has to choose to be there,” Gabriel wrote on Facebook after they had landed in Texas, and that the flight attendants could not have done a better job.”

United Airlines said The shoutout on social media, “It certainly sounds like a Braysen and your family had a great race. We are very pleased that our team was able to make it a fun and enjoyable experience. We are very happy to see that we have such loving and supportive people on board, after all.”

Gabriel is also thanks to the man sitting in front of the class.

“The man in the first class seat 6C, you rock. Thank you for playing with Braysen, and do not pay attention to him kicking your seat or mess with you. He loved the high-fives!” Gabriel wrote in the Facebook post.

Gabriel also told Fox News that at the end of the flight, the flight attendant, who was sitting on the other side of them, and gave her a big hug, and a hand-written note that she says Gabriel, her power and her family had been “loved and supported.”
(Lori Gabriel)

Gabriel also told Fox News that at the end of the flight, the flight attendant, who was sitting on the other side of them, and gave her a big hug, and a hand-written note.

The woman said that she is giving thanks, Gabriel, for her strength, and her family had been “loved and supported.”

“Do not ever let anyone make you feel like you are an inconvenience or a burden. He has been a blessing in disguise,” the woman wrote. “May God bless all of you for your patience, your love, your support and your strength. Furthermore, a super-woman.”

In response, Gabriel posted a photo of the note on her Facebook page and wrote, “to the lady who wrote me the following note, in the chair, 7D, thank you so much, you don’t know how much it means to us when we feel defeated. Thank you for your help and for being nice.”

Gabriel also told Fox News that the lady in seat 7D,” is now identified as the Right Vaughn, just saw the Facebook post and commented on it on Tuesday, writing, “Blessed to be at this show. Blessed to have met your family, and it made a big difference. Thank you for sharing, and I hope that one day I will see you again in #Superwoman.”

“They gave me a lost for words when she found me,” Gabriel told Fox News.

Gabriel said, Braysen is to fly to Seattle and back to San Diego flights, said there were no problems at all. She noted that the flights weren’t as long as the trip back from San Diego, who was a three-and-a-half hours to two.


“I’ve never had so many strangers be so kind,” Gabriel told Fox News on Tuesday.

“It shows me that there are still good people in the world. It shows me that me and my family are going on vacation, we will be able to go where all the other families are going. We can go to, theme parks we are able to do everything someone else can do it, because there are people out there who are caring and understanding.”

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