Preliminary Accident Reports

July 1999 Issue

Apr. 22, Monroe, Wash. / Wells Baby Lakes

At about 12:08 PDT, a Wells Baby Lakes crashed during low-altitude maneuvering near Monroe, killing the pilot. A witness reported seeing the accident aircraft maneuvering at a “very low altitude, tree top level” just before it collided with the ground. The aircraft had been maneuvering in the area for approximately 20 minutes before it crashed....

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