Preliminary Accident Reports
January 2002 Issue
October 24, Brunswick, Ga. / Piper Archer
At 03:15 eastern time, a Piper PA-28-181 lost power and struck trees about four miles west of Brunswick; Glynco Jetport. The pilot and passenger suffered minor injuries. The flight was en route IFR from Nashville, Tenn., to Orlando, Fla., when the pilot determined he was low on fuel. He asked for vectors to the nearest airport, but lost power nine miles out. The tanks were found dry....
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