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Airport and health officials give conflicting accounts of COVID death of Texas woman on flight

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A woman who died from COVID-19 on a Texas-bound flight three months ago did not die on the tarmac as health officials first claimed, but actually died one day earlier on a Spirit Airlines flight from Las Vegas.

The aircraft was diverted to Albuqurque, New Mexico when she became unresponsive in the air. The woman was pronounced dead when the plane landed in New Mexico, airport officials said Tuesday.  

Dallas County officials announced Sunday that an unidentified woman in her 30s died back on July 25 as her plane sat on the runway awaiting take off in Arizona.  

Two days later, Albuquerque International Sunport officials said the woman in fact died on the evening of July 24 in New Mexico, after a Spirit Airlines flight from Las Vegas…



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