KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Officials have launched the identify of the woman who died Tuesday on a flight from Seattle to Kansas City.
Anna Lively from Humansville, Missouri, had a medical emergency whereas on an Alaska Airlines flight and was not ready to be resuscitated. Humansville is a small town about an hour north of Springfield and two hours southeast of Kansas City.
The flight arrived at KCI Tuesday afternoon. KCPD mentioned the 59-year-old had already died when emergency personnel responded to the airplane.
Passengers on the flight have been held on the airplane for about two hours after it landed. Passengers that FOX4 talked to mentioned the lengthy wait was comprehensible given the circumstances.
Police mentioned there was no foul play concerned. An post-mortem will decide Lively’s actual reason for demise.