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  • Texas Plane Crash

    Smoke billows from a seven-story building in Austin, Texas after a small private plane crashed into it, Feb. 18, 2010. The pilot, identified as Andrew Stack, may have intentionally flown the plane into the building, sources told ABC News, following a dispute with the Internal Revenue Service, which has an office in the building complex.
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  • Texas Plane Crash

    Witnesses say the small plane flew straight into the building. "The strange thing was the engine seemed to me to running at full power. It didn't seem like the plane was in trouble.," pilot Jerry Cullen told ABC's Austin affiliate KVUE, Feb. 18, 2010.
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  • Texas Plane Crash

    In this photo provided by Grant Abston, smoke billows from a seven-story building after a small private plane crashed into the building in Austin, Texas, Feb. 18, 2010.
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  • Texas Plane Crash

    In this photo provided by Grant Abston, smoke billows from a seven-story building after a small private plane crashed into the building in Austin, Texas, Feb. 18, 2010. Two people were injured inside the building.
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  • Texas Plane Crash

    In this image made from KVUE-TV video, smoke billows from a seven-story building after a small private plane crashed into the building in Austin, Texas, Feb. 18, 2010.
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  • Texas Plane Crash

    Smoke billows from a building after a small private plane crashed into the building in Austin, Texas, Feb. 18, 2010. Officials say the plane was piloted by Andrew Stack. "The plane was just coming down...he was so low you could actually see him in the plane." Beth Jones told ABCNews.com.
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  • Texas Plane Crash

    A small private plane crashed into a building in Austin, Texas, Feb. 18, 2010. "I thought it was going to hit me for a second. It was flying right across the top of the trees, " pilot Jerry Cullen told ABC News affiliate KVUE in Austin. "It went right across the building and slammed directly between the first and second floors."
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  • Texas Plane Crash

    This photo, provided by Steve Mulanax, shows the damaged building in Austin Texas, shortly after a small private plane crashed into it, Feb. 18, 2010.
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  • Texas Plane Crash

    Smoke billows from a seven-story building after a small private plane crashed into a building that houses an office of the Internal Revenue Service in Austin, Texas, Feb. 18, 2010. Officials say the pilot, Andrew Stack, had a dispute with the IRS.
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