Preliminary Accident Reports

May 2001 Issue

February 26, Shreveport, La. / Beech Baron

At 22:15 central time, a Beech 58 was taxiing after landing at Shreveport when it collided with a parked Cessna 210L. A fire erupted that destroyed the 210 and substantially damaged the Baron. The pilot of the Beech was not injured. The pilot said he was taxiing to the ramp in the rain and there was substantial glare on the windscreen. He entered the ramp and was heading toward the main building when he noticed the 210. He applied the brakes but the outboard left wing and the left engine of the Beech struck the propeller and engine of the 210....

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