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A woman is angry after an urn with the ashes of her deceased parents died at an Irish airport |  Abroad

A woman is angry after an urn with the ashes of her deceased parents died at an Irish airport | Abroad

An American woman traveled from Chicago to Ireland to scatter the ashes of her deceased parents, but the mission did not go as planned. The woman in Dublin was told her luggage was missing, and that the jar was in one of the bags.

After landing, American Donna O’Connor panicked. The bag containing the urn of her deceased parents has not been found anywhere. “I went to customs to see if they knew where my bags were, but no one was able to give me an answer,” she says.

The American hoped that everything would go smoothly and smoothly, but this is far from reality. “For eight days, I was coming back to Dublin Airport every day to see if there was any news.” She wanted at all costs to fulfill her parents’ last wish: to be scattered in Ireland.

“My parents often traveled to Ireland, as did I. My father’s name is Robert Emmett, after the Irish patriot. Ireland formed my father. The country was very important to them.” O’Connor also says communication with Air Canada has been very poor. “I was sent from here to there. There was no one to help me. After my arrival I waited more than twelve hours.”

Back to Chicago

“Wait, wait and wait some more. I hoped the jar would be found every day.” “Losing your belongings isn’t fun, but if your parents’ ashes are inside, it’s even worse. I kept thinking, ‘Where are my parents?”

After more than two and a half weeks, O’Connor was finally informed that her luggage had been sent back to Chicago. great comfort. “It sounds crazy, but now I can breathe a sigh of relief. I know where they are.”

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