‘No security violations’ in Seattle plane theft — airport official

Airport officials on Saturday said a young ground service agent who stole an empty plane from Seattle-Tacoma airport the prior evening did so “legitimately” before taking it on a flight and crashing to his death.
Russell said in a blog post that he and his wife met in Oregon and moved to Seattle in 2015
“He had access legitimately” to the plane said Mike Ehl, director of aviation operations at the airport in the US state of Washington, adding that “no security violations were committed.”
Two F-15 fighter jets scrambled from Portland 'minutes later' to intercept it, according to Pierce County Sheriff's Office. Pictured is the hijacked plane, top, and one of the F-15s beneath it
Images taken at the crash site on Ketron Island showed the remains of the aircraft engulfed by flames. No one on the island is thought to have been harmed
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