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US airline worker steals, crashes plane

SBS Saturday, 11 August 2018
An airline worker has stolen a plane from Seattle airport, sparking a security alert that saw fighter jets scrambled.
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News video: Seattle airport plane theft 'very unusual'

Seattle airport plane theft 'very unusual' 01:05

The theft and fiery crash of a Horizon Air small passsenger aircraft by an airline worker was described as "very unusual" by an NTSB official at the start of an investigation. Rough Cut. No reporter narration.

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