A Colombian woman died on a flight to Spain; her family only found out 4 days later

As Celmira's body arrived in Spain, there is a debate as to who should assume the repatriation of the body - either the airline Avianca or the family.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A passenger identified as Celmira Ocampo died on a flight from Cali to Spain on November 17, apparently due to cardiac arrest. The woman was going to visit relatives in Madrid and traveled alone, so the crew did not find out until the end of the flight that she had died.

Her husband, who was waiting for her to report after arriving in Spain, found out some time later when no one had heard from her. Both her spouse and her son tried to contact the airline, and it was only four days later that they . . .

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