Horizon Air employee steals a turboprop plane from Sea-Tac Airport and proceeds to perform insane maneuvers, attempting a backflip, loops and barrel rolls. The 29-year old hijacker told air traffic control that he was "a broken guy," and "I've played video games before and know what I'm doing a little bit".
Richard Russell, the 29-year old Horizon employee who took a joy ride with the hijacked plane, towed the plane from a storage hangar to a nearby tarmac before taking flight. Russell's body was located with the wreckage where the plane ultimately crashed on Ketron Island.
Now people are asking how it's possible that the plane was stolen in the first place and experts are left baffled by the incredible maneuvers he performed.
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