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Lawsuit Accuses JetBlue Of Causing Horror & Mental Anguish With Child Travel Mixup

The Manhattan mother of a 5-year-old boy who was mistakenly put on the wrong international flight by himself has rejected a $10,000 "gift" offer from JetBlue and is instead suing their airline for negligence. In a lawsuit filed today, Maribel Martinez is seeking unspecified damages after her son Andy was placed on the wrong flight leaving the Dominican Republic and ended up at Boston's Logan Airport when he was supposed to arrive at JFK.
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