AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A spokesman for the wife of the Texas pilot
who slammed his plane into an Austin office building says she's
sorry for everyone affected by the tragedy.
Rayford Walker says he's a spokesman for Joseph Stack's family.
He read a statement from Stack's wife, Sheryl Stack, while standing
in front of a house across the street from the Stack home. The
Stack home was set on fire Thursday before Joseph Stack crashed his
plane into the building.
In the statement, Sheryl Stack thanks her friends and family and
offers her "sincerest sympathy" for the victims and their
families. She also says she won't comment further.
Authorities say Stack was angry with the government and crashed
his plane into the building. He killed himself and one person in
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