There may be something surfacing about this murder.
Why is a 8 year old post still active.
• Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle and flight instructor killed in crash
• 16 people, including 11 firefighters, received minor injuries
• Few people at home when plane struck building, mayor says
• Government sources said pilot reported fuel trouble
NEW YORK (CNN) -- Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle and his flight instructor were killed Wednesday when the 34-year-old ballplayer's plane crashed into a high-rise apartment building in New York, city and baseball team officials said.
No residents at the Belaire Condominiums at 524 E. 72nd Street near the East River were injured.
Two bodies and Lidle's passport were found in the street, responders told CNN.(Watch witness accounts of cascading fireballs and a plane split in half -- 1:58 Video)
"It looks like the plane just flew into someone's living room," witness Sarah Steiner told CNN.
just like 9\11 plane crashes into building all burned but passport. It seems they are making passports and stamps flame proof and explosion proof.
Lidle was extremely overrated.
My HSS shoulder surgeon is in that building.
Originally Posted by Marcion
Maybe seeing a plane fly into a building is your idea of entertainment?
You are really a heartless douchebag.
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Maybe he was trying to get a fast appointment with your shoulder surgeon...the way he was pitching that year he needed one.
Originally Posted by Tamborista
Old news - if there is something new to update this thread, send me a PM and I will reopen.