Preliminary Accident Reports
December 2001 Issue
September 09, Gold Beach, Ore. / Cessna Skylane
At approximately 09:00 Pacific time, a Cessna 182J struck trees while approaching the Half Moon Bar Lodge airstrip, located about 28 miles northeast of Gold Beach. The pilot suffered minor injuries and the passenger was killed. The pilot said the airplane stalled and struck trees while turning from the base leg to the final approach....
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