Preliminary Accident Reports

June 2000 Issue

March 16, Provo, Utah / Beech Bonanza

At approximately 19:45 MST, a Beech A36 made a hard landing at the Provo Municipal Airport. The pilot, who was not injured, said the airplane bounced once on landing. Inspection showed the nose landing gear strut was broken off and driven up into the firewall....

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