C-182 Fatal (7) Osceola, WI Feb. 3, 1991

Posted by on Feb 3, 1991 in 1991, 7, C-182, Collisions Other, Fatal, Fatal Single-Engine | 0 comments

The plts of 2 cessna 182 acft took off from rwy 10 in formation. One of these, n6384a, had 4 skydivers aboard. After takeoff, the plt of n6384a discontinued formation flt & depd to the se, while the otr cessna depd ne. At about the same time, a piper pa-28, n4676r, was apchg the arpt with a dual student & instructor (cfi) aboard. Subsequently, the 2 acft converged & collided about 1-1/2 mi se of the arpt. No known witness saw the collision; the altitude & headings of the acft were not verified. During impact, the 2 acft became entangled & they impacted the ground at the same location. An investigation revealed evidence that the high wing cessna & the low wing pa-28 converged laterally, while on flt paths that angled toward each other. Read the NTSB...

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C-182 Fatal (7) Salisbury TWP, PA July 30, 1989

Posted by on Jul 30, 1989 in 1989, 7, C-182, Collisions Other, Fatal, Fatal Single-Engine | 0 comments

The pilot of the cessna 182 was descending in a right turn after dropping parachute jumpers at 4500 ft msl. As he descended below 1500 ft msl, his aircraft collided with a beech a36. The a36 had departed from the queen city airport and was in the traffic pattern to land at the airport when the collision occurred. The cessna crashed in a paved parking lot of a shopping center and the beech crashed into a new car dealership’s parking lot. Both aircraft were destroyed along with several cars in the dealership’s lot. Read the NTSB...

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