New York boy, 3, hops into taxi at airport; driver mistakenly thinks he's with passenger in back

September 1997
Jet;09/01/97, Vol. 92 Issue 15, p24
Reports that a three-year-old New York City boy, Clifton Duplessy, was driven away from his mother and siblings at Kennedy Airport after getting into a taxi cab's front seat; The assumption by the driver that the child was with the back seat passenger; How the mistake was discovered; The airport reunion; Comments from the child's mother, Michelle Duplessy.


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