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Originally posted by Nygdan
Gosh, I guess if a small aicraft doesn't knock down a building, then Bush just must have done 911.
ABC News article
Police told ABC News there were large amounts of debris on the street below.
The Federal Aviation Administration said the aircraft involved was a a private plane, flying under visual flight rules on a cloudy afternoon.
The accident happened at 2:45 PM, Eastern Time.
official said there is no indication of terrorism, but rather it the incident appeared to be a "terrible accident".
An eyewitness told the BBC: ''The next thing I knew he [the plane] levelled out and then the next thing I knew he disappeared behind the building and he was gone.
"I said I can't believe that this is what I just saw and they kept saying it was a helicopter but it was a plane.''
AP identified the building as the Belaire, a prestigious 50-storey residential tower.
Originally posted by Implosion
Seems certain that it was a plane going on eyewitness accounts. I wonder if someone is yet to come out and claim responsibility, how can they be so certain at this time, that this was not a terrorist act?
Originally posted by noslenwerd
not sure if anyone realizes this..
but if you turn 9/11/01 180 degrees.. its 10/11/6
Originally posted by ThatsJustWeird
Who says they're certain?
They're just saying there is no evidence of terrorist activity. Accidents do happen, believe it or not...
Originally posted by Zeta_101
Here we go again...
Why a high-rise 50-story building?
It seems like a perfect target ... since it's residential.
Hopefully it's just an ACCIDENT.
[edit on 11-10-2006 by Zeta_101]