TSA agents at Fla. airport reach out to disabled passengers

As the Transportation Security Administration faces losing its contract at Orlando International Airport in Florida, some devout fans came out Wednesday to praise the agency. Sam and Hope Bass had a wonderful experience when they were escorted through the airport in May. The agents took the woman, who uses a wheelchair, through a practice run a few days before her flight so she would be more comfortable getting through security. In January, the TSA set up a special unit to help disabled passengers navigate their experiences at the airport.

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