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Gianna Baur (pictured reuniting with her husband) who was on the Southwest Airlines flight that suffered engine failure Tuesday morning has been reunited with her husband, Chad Baur, after she sent him goodbye messages from the plane'That's when I started to really panic,' Chad told NBC. it's an emergency landing,' Gianna text her husband. Chad said he was at their apartment when the messages came through.
'She said a flight attendant was praying over the loudspeaker, someone else was on the emergency phone screaming for medical help when they landed,' Chad said. flight attendants are checking everyone's oxygen... He immediately called both of their parents while he kept texting his wife.
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Seventeen minutes later, Chad finally received a photo of the blown engine.Hero pilot Shults calmly relayed details about the crisis to air traffic controllers, and passengers commended her handling of the situation.She and the other pilot on board, First Officer Darren Ellisor, said in a statement Wednesday that they were simply doing their jobs.'On behalf of the entire Crew, we appreciate the outpouring of support from the public and our coworkers as we all reflect on one family's profound loss,' the two pilots said, adding that their 'hearts are heavy.' Shults was commissioned into the Navy in 1985 and reached the rank of lieutenant commander, said Commander Ron Flanders, spokesman for Naval Air Forces in San Diego.Chad and his wife (left), who have been married for just three years, were finally reunited with one another following the horrific scare, that could see the couple filing a claim against the airline.Gianna is pictured with her sister Brooke on a different flight to Texas after the incident According to Robert Clifford, founder of Chicago-based Clifford Law Offices, not only will the family of Jennifer Riordan, who was killed on the flight, be able to file a claim, but others on the flight can as well because 'many of them will experience PTSD''All of the passengers here, and the crew, will likely have claims,' Clifford told the Boston Globe.