Saturday, February 18, 2006

UFO (U.nidentified F.alling O.bject) Not From Airplane Says FAA

Falling Object
FAA: Debris That Fell From Sky, Landed Inside Home Not From Airplane

     DAVIE, Fla. -- Federal Aviation Administration officials said the metal object that fell from the sky and crashed through the roof of a Davie home Wednesday did not come from an airplane.

FAA officials closed their investigation Thursday night after inspecting the heap of metal and determining that it did not come from an airplane.

Around 4 p.m., two workers were laying tile at Robert Amchir's home, 4960 S.W. 61st Ave., when they heard a loud noise.

"My wife said there was, like, an explosion in the house (and) that everybody ran for their life," Amchir said.

When the workers returned, they found a large metal object -- about 4 inches by 4 inches by 2 inches -- lodged inside the home.

"It thumped and hit the ground here and blew up the tile," Amchir said.

Amchir believed the object fell from an airplane, because his home is in the flight path of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.

But FAA officials have ruled that out and said no planes reported any missing equipment or parts.

It is still unclear where the debris came from.

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