Preliminary Accident Reports

November 2000 Issue

Aug. 5, Alabaster, Ala. / Cessna Skymaster

At about 08:00 central time, a Cessna P337H crashed after a go-around in Alabaster, seriously injuring the pilot but leaving three passengers uninjured. The pilot said he landed on runway 33 and was too fast. He attempted to go around, but overran the runway and struck a furrow. Inspectors found the throttle of the number one engine pushed full forward and the throttle of the number two engine on the idle position....

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