There were different definitions about what happened. The Orlando police said a person in his 40s, in a clear view, jumped from the Hyatt Regency Hotel to an atrium floor in the main tour at 9:30 a.m. ET.
The TSA spokesman, Jenny Burke, identified as the TSA officer where he was not a duty, and said he fell from one of the multi-side hotel balconies that overlooks a place where people are Going up for one of the security polls at your airport.
The man was found in a bad state and was taken to hospital, where he was said dead, the police said. His name was not released, and there was no further information on what was meant by his immediate fall.
The accident caused a magnificent reduction in the courtyard as well as a long delay for some passengers trying to fly in and out of their room; airport.
A traveler says that TSA staff want them to run
"Then I saw the TSA agents standing and suddenly, asked us to run, just to go through the screening," said Eaden.
The TSA stated that a number of passengers scattered beyond the uninterrupted security areas. Therefore, all passengers at 70 to 129 gates had to be relaunched, the airport said.
Passengers traveling to the airport were also kept.