A woman who survived a hypothermia attack on a plane and a fall from the third deck of a plane that landed in Alaska says she was “not going to take it anymore.”
The woman, who is in her 50s, told Fox News on Sunday she survived the hypothermic attack and fall from a helicopter.
The woman, whose name has not been released, said she and her husband were flying to Anchorage from Anchorage to Anchorage.
She told Fox that they were trying to get a new flight plan to Anchorage when they landed and when they tried to get back on the plane, they were attacked by the cabin crew.
The man, who was in the helicopter with the woman, said he was the last one on the helicopter to be moved from the plane to the helicopter.
The woman said she was told to stay on the second deck and to stay put.
She said she saw the man, dressed in a white hooded sweatshirt, and the woman were being held together.
The helicopter crew told the woman she was safe on the third floor and they were not going to let her go until they had an official statement.
The helicopter crew said they did not know who was responsible for the attack and they did have video of the attack.
The Alaska Department of Transportation said it was investigating the incident.