Preliminary Accident Reports

January 2000 Issue

Oct. 16, Bell Buckle, Tenn. / KR-2 homebuilt

At about 12:32 CDT, the pilot of a KR-2 lost control and crashed near Bell Buckle, killing the two aboard. The flight had originated about 5 minutes earlier from Shelbyville. A witness said the accident airplane seemed to be lower than usual and that the engine was sputtering....

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