Preliminary Accident Reports

April 2003 Issue

January 28, Logan, N.M. / Cessna 172

At approximately 1800 mountain time, a Cessna 172M struck trees during a go-around from an approach to Ute Dam Airport. The pilot and three passengers suffered minor injuries. The pilot said he decided he was “too long” so he executed a go-around. However, the airplane struck a tree. An examination of the airplane showed the carb heat was pulled on. No other anomalies were found....

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