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Written by The Staff   
Wednesday, 11 October 2006 08:55

NYC plane crashThe place that crashed today into Manhattan high-rise was registered to Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle. Joe Torre has just made the announcement.

As reported:

New York Yankees Manager Joe Torre told CNN that the plane that was a Cirrus SR-20 registered to team pitcher Cory Lidle.

The plane hit the Belaire Condominiums at 524 E. 72nd Street near the East River. More than 150 firefighters are on scene of a four-alarm fire in the building.

NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command) said it had put fighter aircraft into the air over numerous U.S. cities, though they said they had no reason to believe the event in New York was anything more than an accident, sources told CNN's Barbara Starr. NORAD did the same thing after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

(CNN)

 
 
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