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The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority is trying to make Orlando International Airport safer after a TSA agent died there last month. Photo: Flickr Creative Commons
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The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority is trying to make Orlando International Airport safer after a TSA agent died there last month. Photo: Flickr Creative Commons

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The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority is trying to make Orlando International Airport safer after a TSA agent died there last month.

The changes affect the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport Hotel.

The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority indicates that access to the upper floors of the Hyatt Regency Hotel within Orlando International Airport is already restricted.

That's just over a week after 36-year-old TSA agent Robert Henry jumped from a hotel balcony to his death.

Orange County's medical examiner's office decided his death was a suicide. Orlando police are still investigating the motives for his death.

A TSA spokeswoman says Henry was a 12-year TSA veteran who dropped off at the airport.

She said that the agency consulted with the event after the event and offered psychological support to employees.

If you or someone you know to be hopeless or consider suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to connect to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Help and support are available around the clock.

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