Preliminary Accident Reports

October 1999 Issue

July 9, Menominee Falls, Wisc. / Cessna 182E

At 16:13 CDT, the pilot of a Cessna 182E died when the plane struck power lines. The flight originated from the East Troy Municipal Airport at approximately 15:45. The aircraft was being flown from the East Troy Municipal Airport to the Aero Park Airport in Menominee Falls after having been used for parachute activity at East Troy. The aircraft came to rest approximately -mile from the approach end of Runway 23 at the Aero Park Airport. A power line 110 feet above the ground was severed....

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