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Unaccompanied Minors Spend Night in Hotel Room With Strangers, According to Dad

By Gabrielle Bernardini

A concerned father is speaking out against Frontier Airlines after he accused the company of mishandling his two kids, who were minors, when they flew alone from Des Moines, Iowa to Orlando on July 22. 

Chad Gray claimed he was not told by the airline that his daughter Etta, 7, and 9-year-old son Carter's flight heading to the Sunshine State would be grounded in Atlanta for an overnight stop due to severe weather conditions.  

According to Chad, 42, his kids were being chaperoned by a Frontier employee and placed in a hotel room with four kids who were also unaccompanied on the flight.  "I know they were a little frightened, scared, and nervous," he told NBC's Today