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Scott Evans was a pilot working for Hatton Air prior to and during Day 5.

Day 5 Edit

Christopher Henderson entrusted Evans with the recorded evidence that implicated President Charles Logan in the Sentox nerve gas conspiracy of Day 5. In order to escape the United States with the recording, Evans was put in the place of Don Fakinson, the original co-pilot of Flight 520.

Jack Bauer hijacked the flight and attempted to search for Henderson's accomplice and the recording. Chloe O'Brian eventually discovered that Evans was in possession of the evidence, and in the one place in the plane where Jack had no access: the cockpit. Jack persuaded Stan Cotter, the other pilot, to be suspicious enough of Evans to open the cockpit door. Evans beat Cotter to the ground with a flashlight, but Jack entered and forced Evans to surrender the recording.

Shortly afterward later, President Logan ordered the destruction of the plane to protect himself. Jack forced Evans to handcuff himself to the controls and to make an emergency landing on an empty freeway, forcing Logan to call off the fighter jets. Jack departed, leaving Evans cuffed to the controls to be apprehended by CTU.


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