The Latest: Retired city worker died in Seattle crane crash

SEATTLE (AP) — The fourth person killed in a construction crane accident in Seattle has been identified as a retired city employee.

Mayor Jenny Durkan said Monday that 71-year-old Alan Justad worked for the city for decades and had served as deputy director of the Department of Planning and Development before he retired in 2014.

She described Justad as “a true public servant.”

The King County Medical Examiner’s Office on Monday afternoon confirmed the identities of those killed. They included two ironworkers who were on the crane when it fell, 31-year-old Andrew Yoder and 33-year-old Travis Corbet.

Justad and 19-year-old Seattle Pacific University student Sarah Wong were in cars crushed by the falling crane.