Preliminary Accident Reports

September 2005 Issue

June 18, 2005, Phoenix, Ariz. / Cirrus Design Corp. SR-22

The airplane collided with terrain following an attempted go-around at about 1030 Mountain standard time. The Private pilot and one passenger were uninjured, although the airplane sustained substantial damage. Day visual conditions prevailed. In a written statement, the pilot later noted that, while en route, he decided to practice an emergency engine-out procedure. While on final approach, at 500 feet agl, he decided to go around and applied full power. He tried to initiate a climb, but the engine did not develop sufficient power. The airplane impacted terrain about 50 yards from the airport....

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