I live just four blocks from the crash scene, and responded to it immediately after hearing the report on my police radio. Was able to take a number of photos and videos with my cell phone before the police began to move people out of the parking lot next to the building. I've attached two photos that show the blaze rather close up from a slightly different angle than any I've seen in news stories. But take a look at the video clip I took from the access road with the burning building in the background. What's most important in this clip is the Lexus sedan that is parked on the access road in the foreground. Notice the smashed windshield. The car had sustained other damage that's not evident. (I apologize for the poor quality of the video.) But it is clear this car had to have been right at ground zero when the plan impacted the building, and flying debris came crashing down on it. I did not see the driver of the car, but if you were able to locate him or her they must have a compelling eye witness account of the crash. Perhaps you could inquire at the Lexus dealer whether the car has been brought in for repair and get the owner's name. Just a thought.