Preliminary Accident Reports

March 2001 Issue

Dec. 5, Pacific City, Ore. / Cessna 150

At about 13:15 Pacific time, a Cessna 150C was damaged while landing on runway 32 at Pacific City State Airport. The pilot was not injured. The pilot said he landed on the 1,875 foot paved runway a little hot. During the landing roll, the pilot intentionally steered the airplane right of runway centerline in an effort to stop the aircraft in the run up area. However, the aircraft departed the right side of the runway and collided with heavy vegetation next to the runway....

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