Preliminary Accident Reports

January 2003 Issue

October 12, Allentown, Pa. / Beech Baron

At 0950 eastern time, a Beech 58 was damaged while landing at Lehigh Valley International Airport. The pilot was not injured. The pilot reported landing without incident but then raising the landing gear switch instead of the flaps during the rollout. The landing gear retracted and the airplane slid to a stop on the runway, suffering damage to the left wing spar during the sequence....

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