A Colorado airplane pilot crashed into a home where he had once lived, but walked away uninjured to tell of the fluke.
"What are the odds of that? He had no clue that was his old house," said Tom Mace, pilot Brian Veatch's boss at Drag 'N' Fly Banners.
Veatch, 52, was in flight Monday getting ready to pull an advertising banner over Coors Field, where the Rockies were playing the Texas Rangers, when his plane lost altitude and crashed into a house in Northglenn, a Denver suburb.
The residents were not home, and nobody was hurt.
Property records show that Veatch lived at the home from September of 2000 to May of 2003.
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