Preliminary Accident Reports

October 1999 Issue

July 11, Hubbard Lake, Mich. / Cessna 150

At 15:05 EDT, the pilot of a Cessna 150 was killed when the airplane crashed near Hubbard Lake. Witnesses said the airplane was flying 50 to 200 feet above the water when it began a steep climb, then rolled to the left and descended in a steep nose-down attitude until it collided with the ground about 50 feet west of the lake’s shoreline....

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