Frontier Airlines employee stabs another at Philadelphia International Airport gate, police say

An employee was stabbed inside a Philadelphia International Airport terminal on Thursday morning

An employee was stabbed inside a Philadelphia International Airport terminal on Thursday morning

A Frontier Airlines employee was stabbed to death Thursday after he got into a battle with an associate on the landing area at Philadelphia International Airport, reports said. The men involved work for Worldwide Flight Services, a company contracted to clean planes. Police say the employees were in a breakroom at Terminal E when the simplest thing seemed to set off a fight.

Police say one worker turned off a break room light, angering another worker. Another employee starts arguing with him. According to police, one of the airlines employees was stabbed on Thursday morning after getting into a bitter brawl with a coworker.

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Police said the stabbing occurred about 11:30 a secure area at Gate E6.

Authorities say the two other workers ran off but were soon confronted by police.

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The investigation is ongoing, and the airport has not said if any flights would be impacted by the incident.

No passengers were involved and the incident never disrupted service at the airport or endangered travelers.

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