Two bodies have been pulled from the devastation of the Eschelon One building. One is assumed to be pilot of the plane that intentionally plunged into the building face, Joseph Andrew Stack. The second body has not been identified, but there was an early report that a worker thought to be inside the building was unaccounted for. If the body found is that person, reports say that his wife also worked in the same building.
Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo confirmed Thursday afternoon that one federal worker, an IRS supervisor, was unaccounted for. His family had been notified but his identity was not released. Acevedo said that the prospects of finding that worker were not good.
Authorities refused to say whether or not one of the bodies was that of the missing worker. They also refused to say whether or not the other body was that of the pilot, who is believed to be Stack.
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