Ryanair Cabin Crew Dies After Being Run Over By Drug-Driver Near Liverpool Airport


Cinzia Ceravolo, an Italian national working as cabin crew for Ryanair, had just returned to her home in the UK after a two-day duty when she was struck by a Ford Focus while walking home near Liverpool John Lennon Airport last Monday.

The 36-year-old was rushed to a local hospital where she was treated for severe head injuries but passed away on Friday.

From Italy, Ceravolo had called the UK home for the past five years (Photo from Facebook)

According to the BBC, a 30-year-old man who had been arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving and drug-driving has been released under investigation.

Former colleagues took to social media to pay tribute to the fallen crew member. Unite the Union for Ryanair Cabin Crew made a statement via Facebook saying: “Cinzia was not only an exceptional rep and cabin crew, but the kindest soul, a beautiful human being and a devoted Doctor Who fan. It is hard to write a long eulogy, and she wouldn’t want that either. All we can say is that she was fantastic! She is fantastic!”

Friends have set up a fundraiser to assist Ceravolo’s family with the costs they will encounter as a result of this tragedy. All those wishing to demonstrate the spirit of #UnitedByWings are encouraged to donate here.

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