Airline worker dies after struggling ‘traumatic accidents’ on Austin, Texas tarmac – months after Alabama airline employee was fatally sucked into engine

An American Airways worker died from ‘traumatic accidents’ whereas on the tarmac at Austin-Bergstrom Worldwide Airport in Texas. 

The tragedy occurred at round 2pm Thursday, and paramedics pronounced the staffer useless on the scene. 

A spokesperson for the airport stated Austin Travis County EMS (ATCEMS)paramedics rushed to the incident on the airfield apron, and later decided the reason for loss of life was because of traumatic accidents. 

Austin police stated they have been investigating a ‘crash incident’, nonetheless the ATCEMS confirmed medics have been dispatched for a cardiac arrest name, in accordance with KVUE.

The tragedy occurred at around 2pm Thursday at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport in Texas

 The tragedy occurred at round 2pm Thursday at Austin-Bergstrom Worldwide Airport in Texas

In a press release, Austin Bergstrom Worldwide Airport stated: ‘This afternoon AUS was notified that Austin-Travis County EMS responded to an injured airline worker.

‘The incident occurred exterior of the terminal the place plane park at their gates. ATCEMS pronounced the worker deceased. 

‘Our ideas are with this worker and all these impacted by at present’s tragic occasion.’ The airport added that the incident wouldn’t have any main impression on its operations.

American Airways confirmed the deceased was a member of their workers when contacted by, saying in a press release: ‘We’re devastated by the accident involving a workforce member at Austin-Bergstrom Worldwide Airport (AUS).

‘Our ideas and prayers are with the household and our native workforce members. We’re centered on making certain that each one concerned have the help they want throughout this troublesome time.’ 

It comes months after one other airline employee misplaced their life after being violently sucked into the engine of a just lately landed airplane at Montgomery Regional Airport in Alabama. 

Courtney Edwards, 34, was working as a floor agent for Piedmont Airways when the tragedy unfolded on New Yr’s Eve. 

The mother-of-three had reportedly been repeatedly warned to remain again after standing too near the engine, earlier than she was sucked into the mechanics and shook the whole plane. 

Courtney Edwards, 34, was working as a ground agent for Piedmont Airlines when she was sucked into a plane's engine on New Year's Eve

Courtney Edwards, 34, was working as a floor agent for Piedmont Airways when she was sucked right into a airplane’s engine on New Yr’s Eve