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WASHINGTON (ABC7) —
When Donna Hubbard boards a plane, she’s doing a lot more than serving drinks.
“I’m looking for people who are vulnerable. I’m looking for someone who may seem afraid or ashamed, nervous, anxious.”
Hubbard is one of a growing number of flight attendants who are trained to identify human trafficking, especially when it involves children.
Tonight at 5, Investigative Reporter Lisa Fletcher explains what Hubbard, and others, are doing to combat this billion dollar industry.