Southern Iran: A Mechanic Tragically Lost His Life After Being Pulled Into The Engine Of A Boeing Passenger Jet At Airport

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Southern Iran: A Mechanic Tragically Lost His Life After Being Pulled Into The Engine Of A Boeing Passenger Jet At Airport

Abolfazl Amiri, a local mechanic, was conducting routine maintenance on Varesh Airline’s Boeing 737-500 when the incident occurred.

The engine on the right-hand side had been started for a test run with its cover flaps open, and a safety perimeter had been established around it, as required.

Unfortunately, while realizing he had forgotten a tool on the engine, Amiri returned and was sucked into the engine before it caught fire, resulting in his death.

Amiri’s remains were recovered following the response of the airport fire brigade. Iran’s aviation authority has initiated an investigation into the accident.

In a separate incident in May, a man died after being pulled into the engine of a KLM passenger plane at Amsterdam’s Schipol Airport.

Passengers and crew members aboard the Embraer 190 aircraft reported hearing a loud, distressing noise from the engine, which quickly began emitting smoke.

The Dutch Royal Military Police, investigating the incident, later concluded that the man had intentionally climbed into the engine, suggesting it was a case of suicide. They also identified him as an employee of a company operating at the airport.

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