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Dana J.Hyde, FMR White House Office Dies Due to Injuries from Jet Turbulence

A former White House official, Dana J. Hyde (55) died of injuries from private jet turbulence. Dana Hyde served as Special Assistant to the Deputy Attorney General in the Clinton Administration, Associate Director at the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB), and Senior Advisor to the Deputy Secretary of State under the Obama Administration. She worked as a Counsel to the 9/11 commission.

Hyde, 55, who lived in Cabin John, Maryland, was rushed by ambulance to Saint Francis Medical Center in Hartford, where she was pronounced dead, the agency said. According to NBC News, The NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board) and FBI are investigating this incident. The Bombardier executive jet traveled from Keene, New Hampshire to Leesburg, VA before emergency diverting to the Bradley International Airport.

Five people were on board; two crew members, her husband, and her son were not injured. According to FAA, the private jet is owned by Conexon, a company based in Kansas, Missouri.

Connecticut State Troopers released the identity of the person, Dana J hyde, and one of the agencies investigating Friday’s emergency landing at Bradley International Airport just north of Hartford.

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