Preliminary Accident Reports

August 2002 Issue

May 16, San Diego, Calif. / Cessna Skylane

At about 1824 Pacific time, a Cessna 182Q overran the runway after landing at Montgomery Field. The pilot was not injured. The pilot said he intended to land long but the sun was in his eyes. After touchdown, he realized that he was further down the runway than he intended. He could not avoid departing the end of the runway and colliding with a light pole....

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