An American Airlines Co-pilot deceased when the aircraft arrived in New Mexico

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“American Airlines is deeply saddened by Grubbs’s death. We are taking care of first officer Grubbs’ family and colleagues, and our thoughts and prayers are with them during this difficult time,” the spokeswoman Polly Tracey said. American Airlines did not specified what exactly  happened. Technically, many of the tasks during final approach in a Boeing 737 can be handled safely by a single crew member but he need to do things different and more attentively. Experienced pilots know to solve the problem. However, such situations are very rare in the aviation’s history. There are not available info about the captain of the aircraft and detailed info about William Grubbs. Passengers will remember the incident because they were lucky people to not get in trouble. But the life is as it is.An American Airlines first officer, co-pilot aboard flight 1353 from Dallas-Fort Worth to Albuquerque, New Mexico, has died after becoming incapacitated during the last phases of landing. The Boeing 737-800 landed safely and CPR was unsuccessfully performed by paramedics to William Grubbs for 35 to 40 minutes. “American Airlines is deeply saddened by Grubbs’s death. We are taking care of first officer Grubbs’ family and colleagues, and our thoughts and prayers are with them during this difficult time,” the spokeswoman Polly Tracey said. American Airlines did not specified what exactly  happened. Technically, many of the tasks during final approach in a Boeing 737 can be handled safely by a single crew member but he need to do things different and more attentively. Experienced pilots know to solve the problem. However, such situations are very rare in the aviation’s history. There are not available info about the captain of the aircraft and detailed info about William Grubbs. Passengers will remember the incident because they were lucky people to not get in trouble. But the life is as it is.An American Airlines first officer, co-pilot aboard flight 1353 from Dallas-Fort Worth to Albuquerque, New Mexico, has died after becoming incapacitated during the last phases of landing. The Boeing 737-800 landed safely and CPR was unsuccessfully performed by paramedics to William Grubbs for 35 to 40 minutes. “American Airlines is deeply saddened by Grubbs’s death. We are taking care of first officer Grubbs’ family and colleagues, and our thoughts and prayers are with them during this difficult time,” the spokeswoman Polly Tracey said. American Airlines did not specified what exactly  happened. Technically, many of the tasks during final approach in a Boeing 737 can be handled safely by a single crew member but he need to do things different and more attentively. Experienced pilots know to solve the problem. However, such situations are very rare in the aviation’s history. There are not available info about the captain of the aircraft and detailed info about William Grubbs. Passengers will remember the incident because they were lucky people to not get in trouble. But the life is as it is.

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