The international airport of New Orleans, in the United States, has experienced a tragic event that has shocked all its workers. Apparently, last Tuesday, August 30 a worker died in a terrible accident. Jermani Thonmpson, a 26-year-old woman, died while she was working at the airport.
The accident that ended the life of the worker
Apparently and as reported from the airport itself, the 26-year-old girl worked unloading suitcases in the luggage belt when his mane got caught in her. After several attempts to unhook her hair, Jermani Thonmpson died in this brutal accident.
Seeing the scene, several of his colleagues tried to stop the baggage carousel but it was impossible for them. For this reason, workers at the New Orleans International Airport called the Emergency service, which They couldn’t do anything to save the girl’s life. 26 year old worker.
Shock after the death of the 26-year-old
As soon as the death in the accident was confirmed, Kevin Dolliole, director of the airport, released a statement confirming Jermani Thompson’s death and conveyed his condolences to his family.
“We are truly saddened by the tragic loss of GAT Airline support team member Jermani Thompson. Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport extends its sincerest condolences to his friends, family and, also, to our GAT partners and to Frontier Airlines”, the airport director pointed out in the published message.
The airline for which the deceased young woman was working at the same time has also wanted to send a message in which she conveys condolences to the relatives of Jermani Thonmpson. “One of our supervisory team members was injured and subsequently died while working to unload an incoming aircraft. What we know so far is that his hair got entangled with the machinery of the loader belt, “they pointed out from Frontier airlines.
For her part, her mother has been completely shocked. In statements to the US media, the mother of the deceased worker has confessed that still not believe the death of his daughter. “I just can’t believe it, you know, my only daughter is gone. I don’t think so. My daughter was a good girl, she was a caring girl, she was a girl who made friends anywhere,” laments Jermani Thompson’s mother.