If you’re unlucky enough to have a medical emergency on a plane, your flight attendants are trained to help. Same thing goes for other public places, like restaurants and schools. But an internal memo circulated to employees at one airport suggests the TSA would rather you take your heart attack elsewhere.
While most of the document is reasonable, part of it raises serious questions about the TSA’s mission and its place in an overall airport operation.
“Internal TSA memo warns Good Samaritans: “We cannot allow a distraction””