One Airline staff lifted off a stolen a turboprop passenger plane at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Friday night and was tracked by two fighter jets that crashed on Ketron Island, off the shore 30 miles away from the airport as authorities stated. It created panic among stranded passengers. The man was a 29 year old, who performed alone and was assumed to be suicidal, as officials said in Peirce County, the place where the plane crashed. No one was else was imagined to be on that 76-seated plane or bruised on the ground.
The airport stated in a tweet that an employee of the airline had an unauthorized take off without any passengers at Sea-Tac, and the aircraft has crashed in the south Puget Sound. The standard operations at the Sea-Tac airport have restarted. As per a preliminary information deputies state that a mechanic from an airline that’s not known yet, boarded the plane and then took off around 8 p.m. Deputies added the airplane and was probably doing stunts in the air and ultimately crashed into the Ketron Island. As per Alaska Airlines the Sea-Tac was set off on ground stop sue to a security scare, on Friday night. JBLM’s sources tell that it involves a stolen airplane that two F-15s were scrambled out of the Portland, and made it just within a few minutes after the theft.
Pilots tried keeping the plane out of any harmful pathway and to people on the ground safe. On the audio recordings the man could be heard murmuring the controllers of the air traffic that he was just a broken person. An air-traffic controller then tried to convince the man to stop and land the plane. The controller told to an airfield at the Joint Bse Lewis-McChord that there’s a runaway just on the right side almost away about a mile. During this incident the Sea-Tac airport was shut down but operations after the crash. On twitter Alaska Airlines stated that they are aware of such an incident of unauthorized take-off and they believe there aren’t any passengers on-board.
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