Preliminary Accident Reports

August 2002 Issue

May 24, Jonesville, La. / Piper Twin Comanche

At approximately 1500 central time, a Piper PA-30 overran the runway at Jonesville Airport. The pilot was not injured. A witness reported that the pilot attempted to land on runway 6 but came in too high and fast to land. He then turned around and made an approach to runway 24. The airplane touched down more than halfway down the 3,000-foot runway and ran off the end....

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