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Woman Says She Was Nearly Kicked Off Flight After Toddler Urinated In Seat

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BOSTON (AP) — A Massachusetts woman says she was nearly kicked off a flight after her 3-year-old was forced to urinate in her seat.

It happened last Monday on JetBlue Flight 518 from New York to Boston.

Jennifer Devereaux says the plane was delayed on the tarmac when her daughter, Summers, asked to use the bathroom.

But Devereaux says the flight attendant said, “No, sit down,” and Summers urinated in her seat.

Devereaux  says she got up to clean the mess and the attendant yelled at her again.

Devereaux says the pilot announced that a noncompliant passenger was being taken to security. But Deveraux was allowed to stay onboard.

She says JetBlue apologized to her Saturday, offered her a full credit and $5,000 to the charity of her choice.

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