The coronavirus challenged compassion-providing ministries in new ways
An employee at Kansas City International Airport fell asleep on Oct. 27 and awoke to find himself in Chicago. That’s because he had fallen asleep in the cargo hold of a Boeing 737 plane. According to American Airlines, the baggage handler was loading a pressurized and heated cargo hold for American Flight 363. After being found by airport employees in Chicago, the man told police he had too much to drink and fell asleep among the luggage. Police did not arrest the man, and he was flown back to Kansas City.