Emma and Maddie have been keeping up with the current news and following up with people that are near the current investigation. This is a conversation we wanted to create around the UND crash as it has sparked action in the mental health arena for pilots.
📍The tragic passing of a UND student just last week has a multitude of pilots wondering why they still have no access to mental health care, and even if they do they are threatened with the loss of their medical if they do get help.
📍Emma goes over details that have been coming out in local newspapers; Covering the UND aviator and the little we know about those final moments.
📍Maddie gives feedback on how it feels to have a member of your family die in a plane crash, and that speculation can be beneficial in understanding a crash.
🎙Pilot Podcast Questions review. We cover how Pilot shortage may fuel the mental health for pilot movement as well as what we think is most pressing for airlines to cover.
🖊 We are at 6,800 signatures & counting on the Human Rights for Pilots Petition, our goal is to get to 7,500 so the petition will be pushed to a decision maker. Maddie is doing a 200$ cash prize giveaway for her 33rd bday on November 15th.
BDAY PRIZE RAFFLE
Maddie’s wish is to get the Human Rights for Pilots Petition to 7,500 signatures. She’s holding a 200$ raffle for those who sign &/or donate to the petition.
💵1$ = 1 entry
💵1 signature = 1 entry
📌Donations go through our Change.org Human Rights for Pilots Petition
📌Winner will be contacted via email, to keep anonymous. If you’d like us to share your handles we will.
🚨 PSA: If you donate anonymously we will need to see a screenshot of your donation sent to our email: [email protected]
📌Our signature goal is 7,500 and Maddie would love to get to that goal for her birthday!
💰Link for petition to enter into raffle:
Our condolences go out to the UND Aerospace community, to John Hauser’s family, and to all those struggling to cope with this tragic loss.
📫NTSB: Those who may have information that might be relevant to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigation may contact them by email at : [email protected]
Friends and family who want to contact investigators about the accident should email [email protected]
You can also call the NTSB Response Operations Center at 844-373-9922 or 202-314-6290
Memorial contributions may be made to the John A. Hauser Mental Health in Aviation Initiative (https://undalumni.org/JohnsFund).
SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE 📞: 800-273-8255
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