A former White House official and prominent lawyer died on a DC-bound private flight after the plane hit severe turbulence while flying over New England.
Dana Hyde, who worked in the Clinton and Obama administrations, was rushed to the hospital in Connecticut and pronounced dead.
Hyde was traveling with her husband, son, and two other crew members when the flight had to be diverted for an emergency landing at Bradley International Airport in Connecticut.
All four other passengers survived the ordeal with no reported injuries.
Connecticut police investigating the incident released Hyde’s name Monday.
The 55-year-old also worked as counsel on the 9/11 commission.
A former White House and international development official was killed last week after the business jet she was flying in hit severe turbulence. Dana Hyde was remembered as a “brilliant and generous colleague” and a…