JetBlue Airlines crew members are being credited with saving the sweet Darcy the French Bulldog, who became ill last week during a flight from Florida to Massachusetts. Darcy’s owners, Michele and Stephen Burt, noticed that their dog was having trouble breathing, and two flight attendants acted quickly by providing ice, water and an oxygen mask for the dog.
Darcy the French bulldog was rescued on a JetBlue flight after she started showing signs of distress. The dog’s tongue began to turn blue and she started having difficulty breathing, which prompted the flight crew to quickly step in with an oxygen mask. pic.twitter.com/YTsNpDbaMH
— Jennifer Epstein (@jenepsteinfox13) July 9, 2018
— NBC Chicago (@nbcchicago) July 9, 2018
JETBLUE TO THE RESCUE – When the couple's French bulldog started suffering from a lack of oxygen during a JetBlue flight, they said crew members rushed into action and brought ice, water and a small oxygen mask for the pup.https://t.co/UguIyIgNPR pic.twitter.com/tdT7r0Csre
— WSVN 7 News (@wsvn) July 7, 2018
JetBlue flight attendants Renaud Asher and Diane Asher save Canine on Flight to Boston. Darcy 3 yr old French Bulldog on flight from Florida to Boston #330 became hypotix (lack of oxygen). Thank you JetBlue, Renaud & Diane offered Darcy oxygen and saved her life. Thank you!!! pic.twitter.com/6kiepb3Y58
— Christina Dittmer (@cmcdittmer) July 6, 2018