Dao's attorneys filed a petition with the Cook County Circuit Court Wednesday requesting to preserve all potential evidence from the flight, including surveillance video recordings showing passengers boarding the plane.
United Airlines CEO flip flopped on his response at first saying crews said the passenger was "disruptive" and "belligerent", then today the airline CEO issued an apology stating.
An officer tells Dao that they will be forced to drag him off the plane.
Embattled airline United has made a further move to smooth things over following the violent removal of a passenger, by offering refunds to all those on the flight.
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On Capitol Hill, powerful Republican and Democratic lawmakers denounced how Dao was treated and called for United to explain the situation.
In a news release, the attorneys say they plan to talk to the media and that they will be accompanied by a relative of Dr. David Dao. The agent said if he refused to leave, she would call security, but he refused to disembark from his paid seat.
"I was anxious about what a physical altercation would entail with us sitting directly behind him and if the officers were armed in a tiny, confined space", she said.
Oscar Munoz, United Airlines CEO, gave a brief apology for having to re-accommodate passengers, according to a CNN post.
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The airline offered $400 for volunteers to relinquish their seat.
'That is not who our family at United is, ' he said.
The chief executive officer of United Airlines has had quite the week. United officials said they've already reached out to Dao following the incident, though no reports have surfaced regarding their efforts to get in touch with the doctor. United said it would pay passengers $400 and a one-night hotel stay to switch flights. The department said in statement Monday that the incident "was not in accordance with our standard operating procedure and the actions of the aviation security officer are obviously not condoned by the Department". "No one should ever be mistreated this way", said Munoz in the Tuesday statement. Footage went viral that showed Dao arguing with officers before he was removed from the overbooked flight.
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