Man Breaks Through U.S. Airport Security, Then Dies on Tarmac

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A man who broke through the security checkpoints at a Hawaiian airport died a few minutes later from unknown causes.

At approximately 5:48 a.m. on Saturday, a man who was not a scheduled passenger on any flight at the Honolulu international Airport pushed his way passed airport security guards at a commuter terminal, then ran through the airport’s doors and out to the tarmac where planes were parked.

An airport employee, along with law enforcement officials, stopped the man who then became combative.

For reasons yet to be determined, the man passed out and was unresponsive.

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According to a statement made by State Transportation Department spokesman Tim Sakahara to The Honolulu Star-Advertiser press, despite attempts to revive the man by Honolulu Fire Department personnel, EMS, and Air Rescue Fire Fighters, the man, who was in his 40s, died at a nearby hospital.

Sakahara also mentioned that a law enforcement officer with the Securitas firm was injured in the incident and taken to a hospital for treatment.

The strange incident is currently being investigated by Honolulu police detectives.

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