Preliminary Accident Reports

June 2001 Issue

March 10, Brevard, N.C. / Cessna Centurion

At about 12:57 eastern time, a Cessna T210L struck trees during a go-around at Transylvania County Airport. The pilot and three passengers reported serious injuries. Witnesses said the airplane was high and fast on the approach. It landed about three-quarters of the way down the runway, bounced, and started to go around. They heard power applied and the airplane became airborne, struck a tree and came to rest in a cornfield. The flaps were fully extended at the time of impact....

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