Positivity: JetBlue flies boy’s goodbye letter across country to be buried with slain cousin in Newtown, Conn.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2012, 8:42 AM
Six-year-old Noah Pozner’s mom wanted her son, killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, to be buried with letters from his entire family. But his relatives in Seattle were worried their notes wouldn’t make it in time for the Monday funeral. So JetBlue stepped in, and offered to fly the notes across the country.
JetBlue flew a 5-year-old Seattle boy’s heartbreaking, handwritten goodbye card across the country so it could be buried with his cousin in Newtown, CT.
It was what Veronique Pozner wanted for her 6-year-old son Noah, who was one of 20 children horrifically slain during Friday’s shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. …
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