This frame grab taken from footage filmed by bystander John Wauldron on August 10, 2018 with his Galaxy S8 at Chambers Bay Park and Golf Course in University Place Washington, shows an empty passenger airplane, stolen from the Seattle-Tacoma airport, making an unlikely upside-down aerial loop, then flying low over Puget Sound before crashing into the sparsely populated Ketron Island in the northwestern US state of Washington. An apparently suicidal mechanic stole an empty passenger plane from the Seattle-Tacoma airport late August 10, 2018, took it for a brief flight then crashed it in an incident officials said was unrelated to terrorism. Two military F-15s were scrambled to chase the stolen plane, but local officials said the jets "were not involved in the crash." Video taken by a bystander John Wauldron, showed the passenger airplane making an unlikely upside-down aerial loop, then flying low over Puget Sound before crashing into the sparsely populated Ketron Island in the northwestern US state of Washington.
 

Dans un enregistrement audio avec les aiguilleurs du ciel, le mécanicien "suicidaire" qui s'est écrasé dans la baie de Seattle aux Etats-Unis ce vendredi soir a confié être "un mec brisé" et a présenté ses excuses.

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