Preliminary Accident Reports

November 2000 Issue

Aug. 6, West Milford, N.J. / Beech Baron

At about 11:30 eastern time, a Beech BE-58 was damaged during a hard landing at Greenwood Lake Airport. The two occupants were not hurt. During the landing flare to runway 24, the airplane dropped about 30 feet onto the pavement with the nose cocked about 30 degrees to the left. The left main landing gear tire blew and the airplane veered off the left side of the runway. The airplane rolled through the grass until hitting a parked airplane about 400 feet from the runway....

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