Several Injured by Turbulence Aboard American Airlines Flight from Aruba to Miami … “We were going to die. It was scary.” … I Wonder if that is what Natalee Holloway thought as Well?

 

I wonder if any of the passengers aboard the flight from Aruba got the bigger message?

Several passengers were injured, including two flight attendants, when an Aruba to Miami American Airlines flight 1780 experienced turbulence. The Boeing 757 experienced about 15 seconds worth of turbulence Tuesday afternoon while it was 30 minutes from  Miami International Airport. As reported at Fox News, one passenger said as they fought back tears during an interview shortly after the landing, “We were going to die. It was scary.” Hmm, rather ironic that the flight took off from Aruba … maybe those aboard this flight now know what Natalee Holloway must have felt like when she was about to die in May 2005 in Aruba? The only difference is that the Alabama teen was not fortunate enough (pic)to have her plane land on American soil and her walk off alive.

AA passengers, imagine how Natalee Holloway felt

Two flight attendants and a handful of passengers were injured when a Miami-bound American Airlines flight experienced turbulence Tuesday night.

American Airlines flight 1780 from Aruba to Miami experienced moderate turbulence which lasted for about 15 minutes before the plane landed at Miami International Airport shortly after 6 p.m., airline spokesman Matt Miller said.



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    6 Responses to “Several Injured by Turbulence Aboard American Airlines Flight from Aruba to Miami … “We were going to die. It was scary.” … I Wonder if that is what Natalee Holloway thought as Well?”

    1. Tamikosmom on July 11th, 2012 6:07 pm

      As reported at Fox News, one passenger said as they fought back tears during an interview shortly after the landing, “We were going to die. It was scary.” Hmm, rather ironic that the flight took off from Aruba … maybe those aboard this flight now know what Natalee Holloway must have felt like when she was about to die in May 2005 in Aruba?

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      I sincerely hope so.

      Prior to the recent horror in the skies while returning from a summer vacation in Aruba … it is obvious that the Silva group had harbored no resentment towards Aruban/Dutch “higher-ups” who for over seven years have … through a cover up agenda to protect their own … prevented justice from prevailing for an 18 year old American citizen named Natalee Holloway. It is obvious that the Silva group harbored no resentment towards Aruban/Dutch “higher-ups” who have forced the family onto a never ending roller coaster ride from h— in the pursuit for truth … in the pursuit of bringing their precious Natalee home to rest on American soil.

      While travelling the many paths of this journey called life … it often takes a personal experience to serve as a catalyst in regards to truly comprehending the definition of empathizing. It happened to me in May of 2009.
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      A Fifteen Second Rembrance of a Lifetime

      Severe Turbulence Aboard Miami Bound Flight Sends 5 To Hospital
      July 10, 2012 11:10 PM

      “I’ve never felt something like that in the past,” Leandro Silva said. “Basically, with the noise and the bumps, you think that it’s going down.”

      Silva’s wife was one of five people transported to the hospital for minor injuries.
      Family friends said the turbulence caused her to fly out of her seat.

      Her husband said she wasn’t buckled up because she was going to check on her son. Javier Silva, 8, was in the bathroom when, without warning, he said he felt the plane drop.

      The Silvas were part of a group of 11 friends and relatives returning to South Florida after a summer vacation in Aruba.

      http://miami.cbslocal.com/2012/07/10/severe-turbulence-aboard-miami-bound-flight-sends-5-to-hospital

    2. Tamikosmom on July 11th, 2012 6:08 pm

      The Boycott

      February 11, 2009 6:40 PM
      Natalee Holloway: New Clues

      Since Natalee disappeared her mother has used any opportunity to keep the story alive to pressure the government of Aruba to solve this case.

      “There are just no words to explain the frustration level that we have had to experience in dealing with officials from the island of Aruba,” she says.

      Last fall, Twitty called for a boycott of Aruba. The island’s tourism industry has suffered: Travel bookings are off more than 4 percent from a year ago.

      Does she still support a boycott of Aruba?

      “The only leverage that we have in getting any traction in the investigation is when they feel the effects of a boycott,” says Twitty

      http://www.cbsnews.com/2100-18559_162-1430644-2.html?pageNum=2&tag=contentMain;contentBody

    3. Tamikosmom on July 11th, 2012 6:46 pm

      The Goal is Twofold

      Loving Natalee
      A Mother’s Testament of Hope and Faith
      By Beth Holloway with Sunny Tillman

      Page 189: It’s the proverbial, Biblical conflict between good and evil. It’s very, very hard to fight evil because it constantly changes form and you never know who your enemies are. And evil is always two steps ahead. From the outset we never had a chance. But we didn’t know it. I’m taking leave of the island, but not from the work yet to be done.

      Page 208-209: The goal of education is twofold: to bring a message about personal safety to high-school and college students and to educate travellers.

      Bad things happen everywhere. But the difference we need to consider when something bad happens outside the country is the help available for the victims and their families. When we leave these borders, we leave behind all the privileges and rights we’re all accustomed to and often take for granted. We have expectations that there will be a safety net of law-abiding official, no matter where we travel, or that our US embassy will come to our rescue. But that’s terribly naive.

    4. A Texas Grandfather on July 12th, 2012 12:40 am

      I American Airlines would stop their flights to Aruba the turist ministry in that country could pack it in. Any company that supports getting people to Aruba should loose all US business.

      Unfortunately for Natalee and her classmates, they were being chaparoned by a group of people who didn’t have a clue about proper care of these inexperienced young people. Our American young poeple have been too protected by well meaning parents and schools to fully understand how the real world behaves. Some at college age get the message, but most do not.

    5. Miss-Underestimated on July 13th, 2012 6:53 pm

      Another good reason to stay away from Aruba, land of the pigs.

    6. crossbow on July 24th, 2012 2:52 pm

      I have been to Aruba; for a day. I spent it in a rented car and toured the island east, west, north and south. I was on a cruise and the only reason I agreed to go was it was stopping at Aruba. It is not the Aruban people per say who are at fault. I found them very friendly. The whole issue boils down to a teen organization called the pimps and what the were accustomed to do with drugged female tourist. It was well organized and apparently drugging and raping victims had happened 20 times before and nothing ever bad happened. We never found out what that something bad really was. But it was first mentioned when they said they went to the light house. From that point their stories changed every day. I believe everything was going fine with the pimps when they had Natalee. Something (?) happened and she died or went into a coma. Instead of seeking medical help because they (?) were guilty of something; decided to bury Natalee and I believe she was first buried somewhere in the dunes. Even Dompig says she was buried not only once but twice. Dompig does not state how he found this out and who the other group of boys are that are involved. Let me help Dompig. The first group is Joran, Satish, Deepak, Keon, Sanders, Freddie and maybe Steffani Cortez; Joran’s confirmed girl friend. See Jaime’s statement.
      The second group are; Michael Dompig, Geoffery von Cromvoirt and someone with the initials AB. Who in my opinion since they worked for the beach patrol, was to bring the drugged victims back to their hotels. The cover up started when Paulus, who would do anything to protect his son, got involved and contracted a friend of his to get rid of Natalee’s body. This friend in my opinion was Renee; the incinerator operator who was found dead a week later in Sabana Basora. If it can be proven that Renee also worked for either or both The Mementomori Funeral Home or the Olive Tree Funeral home; would add some credence to what Joran told a cell mate in Peru. Find the name of a person buried from either Funeral Home within two days of Natalee’s disappearance and we may have a good chance of finding Natalee’s remains buried in the same coffin..

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