Preliminary Accident Reports

September 2002 Issue

June 20, Hagerstown, Md. / Mooney M20F

At about 1623 eastern time, a Mooney M20F was substantially damaged while landing at Hagerstown Regional Airport, leaving the pilot and passenger seriously injured. The pilot said the airplane touched down with about 1,000 feet of the 5,461-foot runway remaining. The pilot said he landed at about 80 miles per hour and thought he had enough runway on which to stop, but the airplane overran the ruway and struck a fence. It traveled about 800 feet past the end of runway 27. Wind at the time was from 170 at 8 knots....

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