The woman who perished during a terrifying Southwest Airlines flight on Tuesday died of blunt impact trauma.
A coroner’s report released Wednesday said that mother-of-two Jennifer Riordan’s cause of death was blunt impact trauma to the head, neck and torso.
The 43-year-old Wells Fargo public relations specialist was partially sucked out of the window and hit with shrapnel when the engine exploded on the flight as it flew over Philadelphia.
Riordan, a New Mexico native, was remembered by Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller on Wednesday for her “leadership and philanthropic efforts.”
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