Preliminary Accident Reports

January 2004 Issue

October 16, Meeker, Colo. / Cessna 210

At 1715 mountain time, a Cessna 210G was damaged in a gear-up landing at Meeker Airport following a four-hour flight from Grand Island, Neb. The private pilot and three passengers were not injured. The pilot extended flaps on final approach but did not lower the landing gear or recognize the gear warning horn. In addition to skin damage on the bottom of the fuselage, the propeller and left wing were bent by contact with the runway....

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