1 2015 C-182 Collisions Other Fatal Fatal Single-Engine Lexington Loss of Aircraft Control TX

C-182A Fatal (1) Lexington, TX September 27, 2015

On September 27, 2015, about 1830 central daylight time, a Cessna 182A airplane, N3921D, was substantially damaged during an in-flight collision with trees and terrain near Lexington, Texas. The pilot sustained fatal injuries. The aircraft was registered to and operated by Austin Skydiving Center, Inc. under the provisions of 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 91 as a skydiving flight operation.

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2014 C-182 Lexington Non-Fatal Non-Fatal Single-Engine TX

C-182A Non-Fatal Lexington, TX February 9, 2014

On February 9, 2014, about 1700 central standard time, a Cessna 182A airplane
nosed over during a forced landing while on final approach to land at the
Lexington Airfield (TE75), Lexington, Texas. The pilot was not injured. The
airplane received substantial damage to the firewall and rudder.

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2007 C-182 Lexington Loss of Aircraft Control Non-Fatal Non-Fatal Single-Engine TX

C-182 Non-Fatal Lexington, TX July 8, 2007

Following three days of rain, the pilot attempted a soft field takeoff from a turf runway. The pilot reported that as the airplane was “sliding” down the runway he observed something on the windscreen that resembled oil, followed by a decrease in engine oil pressure.

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