Questions linger days after TSA worker jumped to his death at Orlando International Airport

It’s business as usual at Orlando International Airport, but the city it serves and the people who work there want to know one thing: Why would a TSA worker jump to his death inside one of the busiest parts of the airport?

Investigators say the 36-year-old Robert Henry finished his TSA shift Saturday morning. Henry, who had worked for the TSA for more than 12 years, then made his way to an upper level of the Hyatt Regency hotel, which has indoor balconies overlooking the large atrium that encloses the airport’s security checkpoint.

Around 9:30 a.m., he jumped to his death in front of hundreds of stunned people waiting in security lines.

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Source: WFTV9/ABC