Preliminary Accident Reports

October 2000 Issue

July 1, Spanish Fork, Utah / Diamond Katana C-1

At 13:29 mountain time, a Diamond 20C-1 lost its propeller in flight near Spanish Fork, Utah. The pilot and passenger were not injured. The pilot said that he was on a local flight and returning to Provo, Utah, when the propeller separated from the airplane. The airplane was at 9,500 feet at the time and the pilot was able to glide to the Spanish Fork airport....

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