Preliminary Accident Reports
April 2002 Issue
January 13, Grand Junction, Colo. / Maule M-5-235C
At approximately 14:45 mountain time, a Maule M-5-235C was damaged in a groundloop upon landing at Grand Junction. The pilot was not injured. The pilot said the landing was normal but the airplane “suddenly” groundlooped to the left. Postaccident examination of the airplane’s left steering cable revealed the swaged attachment had separated....
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