Preliminary Accident Reports

December 2006 Issue

October 11, 2006, Lebanon, Ore. / Piper PA-28R-201T

At approximately 1205 Pacific time the airplane departed the side of the runway and impacted a VASI light standard and a nearby ditch. The Private pilot and sole occupant was not injured but the aircraft sustained substantial damage. The flight was being operated in visual conditions. According to the pilot, about 100 feet into the landing roll, the aircraft veered sharply to the right. When he tried to correct back to the left, the aircraft…

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