How this Orlando-bound flight crew went above and beyond for the grieving grandmother on-board

A JetBlue crew and passengers heading to Orlando went out of their way to comfort a grieving woman who lost her 20-year-old grandson, Luis Omar Ocasio-Capo, in Sunday’s terror attack, writes Colby Itkowitz in the Washington Post.

Passengers and crew signed a note for the family, writing long, heartfelt messages. Every passenger personally greeted Omar’s grandmother as they disembarked from the plane.

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