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    Plane Crashes After Taking Off Without Pilot

    A small plane crashed Tuesday afternoon near the Mount Comfort airport in Hancock County, but no one was on the plane when it went down...Police said the plane's pilot, Michael Bower of Greenwood, went out for an afternoon flight out of the airport, but had some trouble starting the plane...The plane started manually, but then proceeded down the runway and took off on its own without Bower aboard...
    http://www.theindychannel.com/news/9433999/detail.html


    I had self-propelled mower do that once...Thank goodness no one was hurt.

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    Just be glad he didn't have a passager allready in the plane....Make me think of some of the more strange 9-11 conspiracy theory's out here on the net..

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    Yikes!! Glad no one was aboard the plane.

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    9-11 conspiracy...please.....we know who did it and most of them are dead!

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    curious1 is offline So broccoli, mother says your good for me,well I'm afraid i'm not good for you!
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    I gues it had a true 'auto pilot'.



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