Preliminary Accident Reports
January 2002 Issue
Recent general aviation and air carrier accidents
The following briefs were selected from the 130 preliminary reports filed with the NTSB in October 2001. Statements in quotes were taken directly from the NTSB documents. The information is subject to change as the investigations are completed.
Oct. 01, Lindsay, Mont.
At about 17:00 mountain time, a Cessna 172 crashed into terrain while in cruise flight near Lindsay. The pilot, who was seriously injured, had opened a VFR flight plan about 35 minutes earlier. The aircraft was in cruise flight at 300 feet agl when the pilot was distracted by tuning a radio.
Oct. 02, Hudson, N.H.
Beech C-45H (Military Twin Beech)
At about 13:10 easter...
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