Woman sues Continental for losing her husband’s remains

The airline has said it can’t comment on pending litigation, but that hasn’t stopped the media from reporting on it.

Airline misplaces the remains of your late husband: That’s a matter for the lawyers—and the PR department (as much as legal will let it talk).

In a lawsuit filed on April 13, Monterey, Mexico resident Martha Elena Flores Cura and her niece, Ludivina Rivera, claim Continental lost the remains of Cura’s common-in-law husband while transporting his coffin in August 2009.

The body was being transported from Atlanta to McAllen airport in Texas. (It eventually was located three days after it went missing.)

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