AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Austin police and fire investigators are
picking through the wreckage of an IRS office after a pilot died
crashing his plane into the structure.
Investigators also are at Joseph Stack's brick home about six
miles away - which Stack apparently set fire to before taking off
in his plane yesterday. The home's roof caved in and its windows
are blown out.
The Red Cross says his wife, Sheryl Stack, was expected to
address the media sometime today.
Yesterday's fiery crash killed Joseph Stack and one person in
The pilot's father-in-law told The New York Times that Stack had
a "hang-up" with the IRS.
The software engineer left a rambling online anti-government
message before crashing his plane into the building.
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