Not what we meant…

March 23, 2009

Montana plane crash kills 17, including children

The plane crashed about 500 feet from the airport while attempting to land and burst into flames.

Unfortunately, the wording of this paragraph indicates that the pilot was successful in his goal of, ‘attempting to land and burst into flames.’

Michael H.

Yikes. That sentence needed some help: GBU Editor

Flames and billowing smoke rise after a single-engine private passenger plane crashed into a cemetery, on approach to an airport in Butte, Montana, killing 17 people, March 22, 2009.

REUTERS/Photo courtesy of the Montana Standard/Martha Guidoni/Handout

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