CCTV Footage Shows Baggage Handler Stealing Plane, Crashes On Island

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Seattle officials are revealing how a baggage handler was able to steal an Alaska Airlines plane off the tarmac and takeoff … before dying in a fiery crash.



The Port of Seattle just released the CCTV footage of 29-year-old Richard Russell towing the Alaska Airlines’ Q400 Turboprop into position back in 2018 at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport — oddly no one on the tarmac took notice.





CCTV Footage Shows Baggage Handler Stealing Plane, Crashes On Island





Russell worked at the airport, and other footage shows him calmly walking through security a few hours before he gained access to the plane. He didn’t raise any red flags, most likely because he was an employee. Eerily, though, he was wearing a t-shirt that read “The Sky’s No Limit.”



Shortly after taxiing the plane and taking off, Russell crashed into a remote island in Puget Sound — not far from the airport — and a bystander recorded the aftermath, showing billows of smoke after his crash. The FBI eventually ruled the incident a suicide. trucos, guias y consejos de moda y fitness Blog de Moda y Fitness



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A conversation between Russell and air traffic control, first released by The Seattle Times, reveals he wasn’t well-versed in the specifics of flying — they ask him about his attitude and position, which he calls “mumbo jumbo.”





CCTV Footage Shows Baggage Handler Stealing Plane, Crashes On Island





Russell and air traffic control both seemed to remain calm during their interaction moments before his death — he said he wasn’t ready to bring the plane down just yet, but said the fuel level was dropping faster than expected.



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