Cavanaugh’s staff gave extraordinary care

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I’m writing to publicly thank the staff at Cavanaugh’s Restaurant for the extraordinary care they gave us following the plane crash at Cavanaugh Bay on Sunday, Sept. 10.

Before we had even released our seat belts, patrons and staff were there to pull us from the airplane. As I was comforted, I received numerous glasses of water and bags of ice. I was asked repeatedly if there was anything at all that i needed. There is nothing like human contact and care. It was deeply needed and appreciated after an extremely traumatic experience. What a caring group of employees.

The pilot’s skill and a lot of luck, followed by the care of Cavanaugh’s staff and customers gave us the best possible outcome under the circumstances.

I’m deeply grateful.

RENEE HOHNER

Spokane Valley, Wash.

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