An air traffic controller who went silent while on duty at McCarran International Airport is no longer employed by the Federal Aviation Administration.
The air traffic controller went silent during an overnight shift at the air traffic tower and she was later found incapacitated.
The FAA declined to specify whether the employee was terminated or resigned, citing privacy concerns.
On Friday, the agency reported no safety events resulted from the incident.
The Las Vegas airport is now required to have two air traffic controllers in the tower during pre-midnight overnight shifts.