Preliminary Accident Reports

January 2000 Issue

Oct. 9, Fredericksburg, Pa. / Boeing Stearman and Taylorcraft BC12

At about 17:15 EDT, a Boeing Stearman E-75 and a Taylorcraft BC12-D collided while they were both landing on runway 28 at the Farmers Pride Airport. None of the three aboard the two planes was injured. Neither pilot saw the other airplane until the two collided just as the Taylorcraft was touching down. The pilot of the Stearman had 156 hours with 26 hours in make and model, and the pilot of the Taylorcraft had 158 hours with 9 hours in make and model....

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