Sunday, September 2, 2012

"Illusions" author Richard Bach Survives Airplane Crash

Richard Bach, author of bestselling books, has survived an airplane crash that took place last Friday, the Associated Press reported. Mr. Bach is recovering in a hospital in Seattle after his single-engine amphibian airplane clipped power lines Friday, according to the AP report. Mr. Bach's son, James, said that his father was improving, even though his medical condition is described as "serious." It was described that the elder Mr. Bach received a head injury and broken shoulder as a result of the airplane crash. Mr. Bach is the author of the novels Jonathan Livingston Seagull, a parable about a seagull, who makes his own way in life, and Illusions, another parable about a pair of biplane pilots.

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