On March 3, 55-year-old Dana J. Hyde, a former Clinton and Obama official and member of the 9/11 Commission, died in a plane accident after the private jet she was flying on experienced a malfunction with its controls. The plane did not crash but had to make an emergency landing after the malfunction caused the plane’s passengers to experience pressure four times the force of gravity.
The Daily Mail reports that there were five passengers on board the plane, including Hyde’s husband Jonathan Chambers whose company, Conexon LLC, owned the jet. Her son and two crew members were also on the flight, which was headed for Washington, DC but had to be diverted to Connecticut’s Bradley International Airport for the landing, and everyone survived except Hyde.
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