Saturday, October 20, 2007

Plane Crashes Into Building; Building Collapses

A pilot was killed yesterday when he lost control of a small plane and crashed into a building, and at least 13 others were killed in a building collapse.

If you're a 9/11 Coincidence Theorist, you may think a building collapse following a plane crash is more or less inevitable.

But there's a problem: it wasn't the same building. Not even the same country. Not even the same continent.

And the building hit by the plane did not burn, and the building which collapsed was brought down not by fire but by water.

Small plane crashes into Canadian apartment building, killing pilot
A twin-engine plane crashed into the ninth floor of an apartment building in Vancouver, killing the pilot and injuring at least two people in the building, officials said.

Fire crews evacuated the 15-story building after residents reported smelling aviation fuel, but the accident Friday did not spark a blaze, officials said.

There was no immediate word on the cause of the crash.
Twelve killed in India building collapse
Twelve people died and eleven sustained severe injuries in southern India when an apartment building collapsed after heavy rain, police said Saturday.

Three women and a boy were among those who died in the accident late Friday in southern Coimbatore city.
Here's more on the plane crash:
One killed, two hurt as small plane hits Richmond, B.C., apartment building

And more on the building collapse:
13 killed in Coimbatore house collapse
Coimbatore building collapse: Toll rises to 13