Preliminary Accident Reports

September 2002 Issue

NTSB Preliminary Reports

Selected recent general aviation and air carrier accidents

The following briefs were selected from the 222 preliminary reports filed with the NTSB in June 2002. Statements in quotes were taken directly from the NTSB documents. The information is subject to change as the investigations are completed. Click here to view "Accident Totals, June."


June 02, Alhambra, Calif.
Cessna 172

At 1742 Pacific time, a Cessna 172N lost engine power during cruise flight and was damaged in a forced landing to I-10 near Alhambra. The pilot and two passengers were not injured. The pilot reported his calculations were in error and the airplane ran out of fuel.

June 02, Dalhart, Texas

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