Preliminary Accident Reports

April 2001 Issue

Jan. 4, Eden, Utah / Aviat Husky

At approximately 14:30 mountain time, an Aviat A-1A crashed while maneuvering near Eden. The pilot, who was not injured, was on a cross-country flight that had originated about 15 minutes earlier. He said he was flying low over the field to test the condition of the snow with his tundra tires. He said the “next thing he knew” the aircraft was inverted in the snow....

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