A refrigerator-door-size piece of a Boeing 767 fell from the sky and crashed to the ground in Kent, Wash., on Friday.
one was injured when the carbon fiber landing gear door hit the middle
of Southeast 231st Way in Kent's East Hill neighborhood, NBC station
KING 5 of Seattle reports.
The door narrowly missed a car parked a few feet away.
The panel hit the ground and skipped about 30 feet before stopping. Several pieces broke off, the Associated Press reports.
with the Federal Aviation Administration took the door with them as
part of their investigation, but bits of carbon fiber remain embedded in
the pavement, KING 5 reports.
Neighbor John Hansen says he plans on keeping a part of the plane.
"A souvenir. Keep it and see how lucky I was," he says. "It's gotta be a one-in-a-million shot."