On 23 June 2018 CNN reported:
A 15-year-old is being widely praised for an act of kindness during a cross-country flight. Clara Daly was traveling with her mother Jane from Boston to Los Angeles on an Alaska Airlines flight earlier this week. During the six-hour flight that included a layover in Portland, Oregon, Clara volunteered her skills in sign language to help a blind and deaf man by forming letters with her fingers while he 'read' them with his hands.
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Clara told CNN a flight attendant asked on the plane's speaker whether anyone knew sign language. The teenager, who has been studying American Sign Language communication techniques and says she has 'always been fascinated by sign language,' pressed the call button to ring a flight attendant. ...
'I hope this helps other people realize that in the world we are living in, it is everyone's duty to help each other out, no matter what,' [Clara said].
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