Preliminary Accident Reports

January 2002 Issue

October 25, Osage Beach, Mo. / Beech King Air

At 15:38 central time, a Beech 200 made a hard landing on runway 21 at Lee Fine Memorial Airport. Winds were 13 gusting to 31 at the time. The pilot aborted the landing and returned to Saint Louis, Mo., from which the flight originated. When he landed in St. Louis, the airplane veered off the runway and struck a VASI, then continued across a taxiway and stopped short of T-hangars. The pilot was uninjured. Part of the left main landing gear was found on runway 21 in Osage Beach. ...

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