Tracing the Plane Crash of 1944 Down Post Street

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You can still see the patchwork where a fighter plane engine tore through Millard McGhee’s apartment and killed him while he stood shaving. Pilots Jack Egar and James Cope meant to “buzz” Egar’s mother’s house. They both died in the swath of destruction their planes left along Post Street.

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