Sometimes, it seems like the universe just loves creating a touch of irony. Take the case on July 10, when a single-engine, Beechcraft airplane crashed into building in Titusville, FL. By itself, there's nothing especially funny about that, but of all the structures to hit, the plane smashed into an auto shop called American Paint & Body Collision Center.

According to Florida Today, the pilot and his passenger received minor injuries, but the rest of the people in the shop at the time were unharmed. The crash occurred when the plane started having engine trouble. It first hit the building's ceiling and kept going right into the middle of the showroom. Scroll down to watch two videos about the incident. The first is a brief news report, and the second shows the inside of the store afterwards with the plane clearly visible.

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