A baggage handler from MSY killed on Tuesday evening

THE HEAT, THE TROPICS, WE WILL ALSO WAIT FOR LABOR DAY WEEKEND. DARRYL: NOW ON TO A TRAGIC STORY OF LOUIS ARMSTRONG INTERNATIONAL. AUTHORITIES SAY A 26-YEAR-OLD WOMAN WAS KILLED LAST NIGHT AFTER AN ACCIDENT WHILE UNLOADING BAGGAGE FROM A FRONTIER AIRLINES FLIGHT. INVESTIGATORS SAY JERMANI THOMPSON’S HAIR IS APPARENTLY TRAPPED IN THE BELT-FEEDER. SHE WAS TAKEN TO A LOCAL HOSPITAL WHERE SHE DIED, THOMPSON WAS A GAT AIRLINES GROUND SUPPORT EMPLOYEE. MSY RELEASED A STATEMENT THAT JERMANI IS PART OF OUR AIRPORT FAMILY, AND WE WILL

A baggage handler from MSY killed on Tuesday evening

A worker at Louis Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans was killed Tuesday night following an incident at work. Jermani Thompson, 26, of Reserve, LA., was injured at the airport and was taken to a local hospital around 10 p.m. Thompson was pronounced dead in hospital. Thompson was an employee of GAT Airline Ground Support. According to reports, his hair got tangled in the tape feeder, which resulted in fatal injuries. Kevin Dolliole, Director of Aviation at Louis Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans, issued the following statement: “We are deeply saddened by the tragic loss of Jermani Thompson, a member of the ground handling crew. of GAT Airline. Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport extends its sincere condolences to his family and friends, and to our partners at GAT and Fontier Airlines. Jermani was part of our Airport family, and we will continue to support each other in any way we can during this difficult time.” No further information is available as it is time, as this is a developing story.

A worker at Louis Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans was killed Tuesday night following an incident at work.

Jermani Thompson, 26, of Reserve, LA., was injured at the airport and was taken to a local hospital around 10 p.m. Thompson was pronounced dead in hospital.

Thompson was an employee of GAT Airline Ground Support. According to reports, his hair got tangled in the tape feeder, which resulted in fatal injuries.

Kevin Dolliole, Director of Aviation at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, released the following statement:

“We are deeply saddened by the tragic loss of Jermani Thompson, a member of the GAT Airline ground handling team. Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport extends its sincere condolences to his family and friends, as well as to our partners at GAT and Fontier Airlines. Jermani was part of our Airport family, and we will continue to support each other in any way we can during this difficult time.

No further information is available as it is about time as this is a developing story.

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