Is this a case of a kamikaze pilot or just a flight gone wrong?
A low-flying small plane crashed into an office building that houses the Internal Revenue Service in Texas on Thursday, and officials said they were investigating whether it was an intentional act by the pilot.I wonder if the SEIU is looking to man the anti-aircraft concession on top of IRS buildings?
The U.S. law enforcement officials said authorities were trying to determine if the pilot intentionally targeted the IRS. They spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation is continuing.
Assistant Austin Fire Chief Harry Evans said at least one person was missing and two people were taken to a hospital. Their conditions and identities were not immediately known.
The crash sent workers fleeing as ceilings crumbled, windows shattered and flames shot out of the building.
As a precaution, the Colorado-based North American Aerospace Defense Command launched two F-16 aircraft from Houston's Ellington Field, and is conducting an air patrol over the crash area.And that is going to help how? What they need is about 4 or 5 Avenger batteries on top of the building. Although debris falling on cities is not a very good idea.
I worked on one of the competing prototypes for the Avenger tracking system. Interesting work.
Cross Posted at Classical Values