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Employee Stabbed To Death By Co-Worker At Philadelphia International Airport, Police Say

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Police say an employee who is contracted out by Frontier Airlines was stabbed to death by a co-worker at Philadelphia International Airport on Thursday morning. Police say a fight in a break room on the tarmac between three Worldwide Flight Services employees, who are contracted by Frontier Airlines to clean planes, led to the fatal stabbing. Police say a 35-year-old man stabbed his 28-year-old co-worker in the stomach, most likely with a box cutter. The victim was transported to Presbyterian Hospital where he died. Authorities say the 35-year-old suspect ran away following the stabbing, but airport police were able to catch him and he is now in custody. Police say no passengers were in danger at the time of the stabbing and flights did not stop. The names of the victim and suspect have not yet been released. Source

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