Preliminary Accident Reports

August 2002 Issue

May 11, South Prairie, Wash. / Grumman American AA-1B

At about 1115 Pacific time, a Grumman American AA-1B was damaged when it overran the runway at a private airstrip near South Prairie. The pilot was not injured. Witnesses said the airplane touched down approximately 2,000 feet beyond the landing threshold of the 2,650-foot turf runway, continued off the departure end of the runway and collided with a fence....

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