Airline Employee Killed by Jet Engine “Climbed In Himself” – Police Claims

Airline Employee Killed by Jet Engine "Climbed In Himself"
Airline Employee Killed by Jet Engine “Climbed In Himself”

A guy has been recognized by Dutch military police as an employee of a business operating at the airport.

According to investigators, the guy who perished in the operating engine of an aircraft at an Amsterdam airport “deliberately climbed” within himself.

The incident occurred on Wednesday afternoon at Schiphol Airport when the KLM aircraft, owned by the Netherlands, was ready to taxi onto the runway after completing its push-back routine.

The deceased individual was recognised as an employee of an airport-based firm.

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According to reports, the staff and passengers on board saw the tragedy and were given counselling.

As soon as the alarm went out, just before 3:30 pm, emergency personnel raced to the airport.

According to police, everyone aboard the aforementioned aeroplane, KL1341, had disembarked and was receiving attention. Three investigators from the Dutch Safety Board visited the airport.

According to the Dutch daily De Telegraaf, there was “a horrible roar” made at the scene.y

According to the aircraft’s website, “an employee claimed that someone had jumped into the engine while the crew had just completed the safety procedures.”

“A horrible roar” was heard, followed briefly by the sight of smoke. Both staff members and passengers witnessed the incident unfold in front of them.

KLM verified that one of their aircraft was involved in the incident and that someone had passed away.

“A deadly event occurred at Schiphol… during which a person wound up in a running aeroplane engine,” a spokeswoman stated. This individual has sadly passed away.

The flight in question, KL1341, was headed for Billund. Investigations are underway on the circumstances.

Royal Netherlands Marechaussee is looking into the situation.

A military police spokesman provided an update on Thursday, stating: “The deceased individual has been recognised as an employee of a firm operating at the airport.”

According to the inquiry, he purposefully crawled into the engine, proving that this was a suicide.

“No more remarks will be made, out of respect for the victim and their loved ones.”


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