Officials at the International Seattle-Tacoma Airport stated that an airline employee snatched a plane on Friday and died after the plane crashed in Puget Sound, on an Island as per several news sources. According to the Sherriff Office of Pierce County; a 29 year suicidal person named Richard Russell, who is an employee of the airline died after crashing an unoccupied Horizon Air Q400 Bombardier on Ketron Island, 40 miles away from the airport. While performing stunts the man spoke with the air controllers. The Chief; Debra Eckrote of the National Transportation Safety Board Western Pacific Region, confirmed about the discovery where the airplane crashed after an hour-long joy ride of Russell came to an end. Eckrote stated that the recorder was however intact with outer case being exposed temperature distress.
On Monday this data recorder will be sent to the Washington D.C.’s NTSB lab for analyzing, this week by the FBI Investigators and NTSB, as per a source. The FBI even reported that humans were found; whilst the assumption says that they are the remains of Russell, which are yet to be officially confirmed by the medical team.
In a statement, the FBI told that while the aim of their investigation till date has been around on 29 year Richard, of Sumner, in Washington, the FBI is waiting for the review results by the Office of Pierce County Medical Examiner. The Sheriff of Pierce County told that post the crash there were no passengers on board.
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Later on Saturday the Federal Officials stated that they recovered the data recorder of the flight and human parts from the plane. Russell family sys that he didn’t had any intention to hurt anyone, as the audio recordings, spoken by him, says that he’s just one broken person. In a written note, Russell’s family stated him as a faithful husband, a good friend, and a loving son, and thus it’s a complete shock to them as never meant to harm anybody. Two aircraft F-15C were scrambled from Portland and courted the plane.
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