Passenger's body found in aircraft engine: Police launch investigation
A 30-year-old man was found unconscious inside an aircraft engine, prompting an immediate police investigation. This tragic event, which resulted in the man's death at the scene, has deeply impacted the local community and raised serious safety concerns at the airport.
At Salt Lake City International Airport, a man was found unconscious in an aircraft engine. Police immediately initiated an investigation to clarify the details of the incident.
A tragic event at Salt Lake City International Airport deeply affected the local community and airport staff. On January 1, 2024, around 10:10 PM, a 30-year-old man was found unconscious in an aircraft engine.
The Salt Lake City Police Department immediately launched an investigation to unravel the mysteries behind the incident. The event came to light after a store manager at the airport reported an incident involving a passenger in the secure area of the terminal.
Thanks to the swift response of the airport staff and the Salt Lake City Police Department, it was determined that the man had passed through an emergency exit and made his way to the airport's ramp area. Subsequent searches revealed that this individual was found unconscious inside the wing-mounted engine of a commercial aircraft.
MAN DIED AT THE SCENE
Despite the efforts of the Salt Lake City Fire Department, Airport Operations team, and police, the man died at the scene. Passengers on the aircraft were safely evacuated, and necessary security measures were taken for the investigation of the scene.
The details behind the incident are not yet clear, and the identity and cause of death of the man have not been determined. Nancy Volmer, the Communications Director of Salt Lake City International Airport, and a spokesperson for Delta Airlines stated that the investigation into the incident is ongoing and ensuring safety is their top priority.