After a 45 minute ride to Liverpool airport, a Germany-bound group of travellers was greeted by airport worker Andrew Millea. Anke Anusic asked for help lifting her elderly father from the car. “I did my best to help by carefully lifting the man from his seat,” Millea said. “To my horror his face fell sideways against mine, it was ice cold. I knew straight away that
the man was dead, but they reassured me that he ‘always sleeps like that.’ ” Millea immediately contacted security staff who tried to check the man’s pulse, but were ushered away by the two women. Widow Gitta Jarant insisted they had done nothing wrong. She and her stepdaughter were arrested on suspicion of failing to give notification of death.
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