Plano Family Reunited With GoPro Containing Video of Woman's Last Days Before Death at National Park

The family of a Plano doctor killed by a falling tree while hiking at Great Smoky Mountains National Park in late December was reunited this weekend with a lost GoPro containing photos and videos of the woman's final days.Laila Jiwani, who was a pediatrician at Cook Children's Northside clinic in Fort Worth, died Dec. 27 when high winds knocked the tree down on the Porter Creek Trail in Tennessee, striking her. She had been hiking with her husband and three children, a spokesman with the National Park Service said.Jiwani's family left the GoPro on a plane after their flight back to Dallas. Once they realized it was missing, they pleaded for help getting it back.Aysha Moosa, a cousin of Jiwani's husband, wrote in a public Facebook post that "countless" American Airlines employees had helped the family find the GoPro over the past week.Rebecca Burt, an American Airlines employee, flew from Midland to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport to hand-deliver the GoPro to the family, Moosa wrote Saturday night.  Continue reading...

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