Preliminary Accident Reports

January 2000 Issue

Oct. 16, Indiantown, Fla. / Beech Bonanza

At about 10:00 EDT, a Beech D35 was found resting in a ditch just north of the Indiantown Airport with the left wing separated. Pilot information is unknown and the circumstances of the occurrence are unknown. The owner, whose medical was being reviewed by the FAA, reported that no one had his permission to fly the airplane. Investigators found ground tracks off the northwest end of the runway. The airplane then traveled up an embankment and into a ditch, where the airplane was observed to be upright and partially submerged....

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