Posted: Nov 18, 2009 7:40 AM by Associated Press
The Federal Aviation Administration is sending investigators to an eastern Colorado home to try to determine whether ice that crashed through the roof last weekend came from a plane.
KMGH-TV in Denver reports that a basketball-sized chunk of ice crashed through the roof of a home in Brush and destroyed the kitchen cabinets Saturday morning. A woman and her 9-year-old daughter were inside the house but weren't hurt.
The investigators are expected at the house Wednesday, but FAA spokesman Mike Fergus says they may not be able to figure out where the ice came from.