‘Newfound Faith in Humanity’: San Francisco Woman Thanks United Airline Pilot for Returning Lost Wedding Ring

A San Francisco woman says she has been reunited with her engagement and wedding rings she lost last week thanks to a United Airlines gate agent and pilot.

Brit Morin posted a tweet Monday saying a pilot hand delivered the rings back to her in San Francisco. A United gate agent found the jewelry and gave it to the pilot, Morin said.

"I have a newfound faith in humanity and airlines," Morin said in her tweet.

Morin's tweet included a photo of a ring, along with a written note signed by the pilot. She also said in the tweet the rings were lost somewhere between New York and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

A tweet from United replying to Morin indicates the airlines plans to recognize the pilot and gate agent for their efforts in helping return her ring.

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