American Airlines Flight Attendant Diana Ramos Found Dead in Hotel Room, What Happened?
Pictures have surfaced of an American Airlines flight attendant who was found dead with a cloth in her mouth in a Marriott hotel room at Philadelphia airport.
Diana Ramos, a 66-year-old woman from Las Vegas, was supposed to check out of the hotel two days before she was found unresponsive by housekeepers Monday.
Police and medics pronounced her death at the scene at around 10.45pm, but questions have persisted three days after she was discovered.
Ramos ‘suffered a sudden death’, Chief inspector Scott Small of Philadelphia Police Department said, adding that her death was ‘suspicious’.
Sealed prescription bottles were found inside the room, sources told 6ABC, adding that she was on ‘several medications.
There were no signs of forced entry, struggle, or weapons found in her room, according to the police.
‘Everybody is still trying to figure out what happened and why her crew just left her,’ an unidentified American Airlines flight attendant told People.
‘A lot of moving parts and questions right now,’ the person added, ‘Very sad.’
Ramos had been with American Airlines for 25 years. In one of her photos, Ramos was seen smiling in her American Airlines uniform.
The veteran was on a layover in Philadelphia after working on a flight from Los Angeles, where her crew was based.
American Airlines said staff ‘are devastated by this news’ in a statement released before Ramos was identified.
‘Our thoughts are with the family and colleagues, and we’re doing everything we can to ensure all affected have the support they need during this difficult time,’
‘We will continue to cooperate fully with local law enforcement in their investigation,’ they added.