Airport Workers Do Something Awesome for a Change


Our area airport security employees have been taking a lot of flak lately for letting people enter through exits, planting bags of cocaine on unsuspecting passengers, and possibly falling asleep on the job, but they were bound do something PR-friendly at some point. And that point was last weekend, when a U.S. Customs agent at JFK Airport saved a dog nearly frozen to death inside a plane’s cargo bay by giving it “mouth-to-snout” resuscitation. [NYDN]