An Alaskan father of seven missed a lifesaving opportunity for a heart transplant after his flight was canceled due to the historic and deadly blizzard that’s plagued the U.S. in recent weeks.

The 56-year-old, who is currently battling congestive heart failure, was admittedly “terrified” when he first heard the news, but quickly turned to excitement shortly thereafter.

Father Of Seven Misses 8-Hour Window To Fly To Seattle For Heart Transplant Due To Blizzard

Holland was given an 8-hour window to fly to Seattle for the heart transplant, and rushed to the airport in Fairbanks for an overnight flight, CNN reports.

But when he arrived at the airport, he was greeted with the news that his flight was canceled due to the weather.

Historic Snowstorm Claims Over 60 Lives Across The U.S.

Meanwhile, across the country, a Buffalo nurse’s heartbreaking final text messages claim emergency crews didn’t “give a f***” about rescuing her during the historic upstate New York blizzard before dying, as the death toll continues to climb to 34, The Shade Room previously reported.

Anndel Taylor wrote she was getting increasingly “livid” as she waited upwards of 30 hours in her car before likely dying of carbon monoxide poisoning, her family said per a previous Shade Room report.

Over 60 people total are dead across the U.S., with 34 people killed in the hardest-hit area of Erie County, New York, where the city of Buffalo received a whopping 50+ inches of snow, according to The Independent.






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