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Blind Deaf Man Struggles On Plane When 15-Yr-Old Walks Over For Sight Passengers Can’t Ignore

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL FOR MORE ! Blind Deaf Man Struggles On Plane When 15-Yr-Old Walks Over For Sight Passengers Can’t Ignore Oregon resident Lynette Scribner was people watching at Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts, when something caught her eye. She tried hard not to stare at first, but the exchange between the two people was captivating. A man named Tim had been visiting his sister and he appeared to be both deaf and blind. Lynette reached this conclusion after watching his sister sign into his hand so he could feel her words. Lynette was surprised when Tim not only boarded her flight, but was assigned to the middle seat in her row. But he was traveling alone. The man with the aisle seat in their row graciously gave up his seat for Tim, but the compassion shown to this man did not end there. Tim needed help, but the flight attendants could not assist him. Tim was desperate. He reached out to touch the flight attendants' faces and arms, and while they clasped his hand in return, their attempts to exchange communications wouldn't work at all, Lynette noted. "He had some verbal ability, but clearly could not understand them. The man who had given up his seat did his best to assist him with things like opening coffee creamer and putting it in his coffee." The flight attendants decided to page the passengers on the intercom and see if anyone on board their flight knew sign language. Blessedly, a timid 15-year-old emerged from among the crowd. Clara Daly was traveling with her mother Jane from Boston to Los Angeles on an Alaska Airlines six-hour flight that included a layover in Portland, Oregon. As fate would have it, the California teen was on Tim's flight. Clara had learned American Sign Language because she has dyslexia and claims it was the easiest foreign language for her to learn. After willingly volunteering to help Tim however she could for the remainder of the flight, she then focused solely on Tim and his every need. "It was fascinating to watch as she signed one letter at a time into his hand. He was able to 'read' her signing and they carried on an animated conversation. When he asked her if she was pretty, she blushed and laughed as the seat mate, who had learned a few signs, communicated an enthusiastic yes to Tim. I don't know when I've ever seen so many people rally to take care of another human being." People in the seats surrounding Tim and Clara couldn't help but smile along with the pair as they communicated in their own way. Lynette said it was clear Tim was thrilled to have someone he could talk to, someone who would help him. "I can't say enough about this beautiful young woman named Clara who didn't think twice about helping her fellow passenger. It was a beautiful reminder, in this time of too much awfulness, that there are still good, good people who are willing to look out for each other." Alaska Airlines responded to the attention Clara and Tim have received in the media and noted that she was "such an angel." When the plane landed, a service provider from the facility where Tim lives was ready and waiting to help escort him to his home. Everyone could not believe Tim's story and how a sweet blonde-haired young lady came to his rescue thousands of feet up in the air. In fact, Lynette's post has since gone viral and their story has warmed hearts around the world. If you like our video then do subscribe to our channel. Please leave us a comment and give a thumbs up. It means a lot. Thank You :)

CNN's John Vause talks to family wich has daughters with microcephaly

CNN Newsroom live from LA Feb 05, 2016

Front face or rear face your child? Here is a TRUE STORY, narrated by the grandfather, whose 18 month old grandson broke his neck while in a front facing car seat. This video is not morbid, but is intended to educate the public, and allow them to make an informed decision for child safety. For 2 1/2 years after this accident, we pushed for reform of the 12 month / 20 lb rule. In March, 2011 the recommendation was changed to RF until 2 or the child reaches the RF limit of the car seat. This video played a big part in that effort. We hope it helps you to make a decision, that's right for you, and your child.

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