This week, Alex King has written about the death of a flight attendant at a hotel in Mexico City. The circumstances of the killing are not clear, but it’s hoped they will be uncovered. The article points to disturbing questions about the safety of Mexican hotels, even of familiar chains like Hilton. Read further if you’re interested, or see Alex’s blog at http://aking4ecspress.wordpress.com/.
By: Alex King
On Saturday, October 29, authorities were called to a Hilton hotel to investigate the death of a flight attendant. They evaluated him to be between 30 and 35 years old; the attendant, Nick Aaronson, had been struck multiple times. However, the Association of Flight Attendants said that there weren’t any safety breaches at the hotel. The AFA stated, “Until this matter is resolved, layover crews will be temporarily relocated to an alternative location.” Since there was no safety breach, they came to the conclusion that their crew members are at no risk. Nevertheless, they still want to be safe and avoid taking chances.
Authorities are still investigating the case, but recent reports say Aaronson was remembered for being “very popular” and “much-loved”. Hopefully, they can find the culprit of this homicide.
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