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Pilot's parents have called for authorities to investigate

Investigators say pilot was piloting jet with a full cargo compartment full of food

The mother of a woman who died in a Jetstar jetliner that left Seattle, Washington, Friday was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound in the back of a nearby restaurant, authorities said Sunday.

Toni M. Williams, 59, whose husband, Brian, 50, and son, Austin, 27, were among those killed, had been missing for several days after the December 18 incident. Her name had not been released but her friends speculated the shooting may have been premeditated in her death.

A Washington state criminal complaint filed Friday in King County Superior Court said Brian Williams was leaving the airport around 1 a.m. to make a final trip to a nearby McDonald's restaurant when the jet's door opened, and the first shot went through the middle of Brian's chest.

"He was the last pers카지노 사이트on in there," Williams' mother, Toni M. Williams, said last week. "That's the worst feeling. It's just so hard."

On Sunday, officials with the King County Medical Examiner's Office confirmed that Williams died of multiple gunshot wounds. The office released few details about her death but confirmed her body was found "a short time ago" near an area of the airport where witnesses had reported hearing shots.

An autopsy was scheduled for Wednesday, according to the medical examiner's office.

"We are obviously devastated and heartbroken for the family and friends," Jeff Wiederer, an assistant chief deputy medical examiner for King County, told Seattle police officers. "We're not able to make that sort of determination yet. I want to give them a message that we will continue to be very thorough in our investigation."

The airline, Delta Air Lines Inc., apologized on its website to the Williams family and to "all of our colleagues who worked hard in the terminal."

"We know that we have tremendous community support at Delta Air Lines to help with this tragic event," the airline said in a statement on Sunday. "We hope for the best for all of our guests and will do everything in our power to make sure that this never happens again."

The death is the city's third domestic fatality of a jetliner this year. The July 18 loss of a family member in a July 10 crash at Los Angeles International Airport