|Subj:||Small Plane Crashes in IBM Headquarters Parking Lot Near New York City|
|Date:||1/1/02 5:47:29 PM Pacific Standard Time|
Dec 31, 2001
Small Plane Crashes in IBM Headquarters Parking Lot Near New
York City; Pilot Killed
The Associated Press
ARMONK, N.Y. (AP) - A small plane crashed Monday into a
parking lot at IBM's headquarters, killing the pilot, a
Westchester County Airport official said.
No one else was aboard the plane when it went down about 30
miles north of New York City. The plane, a Beech Air 24-R,
crashed about 1 1/2 miles northeast of the airport, said
Doug Byrne, the airport's operations supervisor.
The cause of the crash was being investigated.
IBM spokesman Brian Doyle said the plane went down in the
parking lot of the Northcastle building, which used to be
the firm's corporate headquarters and now houses the main
offices of some divisions of the company. The new
headquarters is elsewhere on the campus.
The plane was heading from Portsmouth, N.H., to