Preliminary Accident Reports

December 2006 Issue

October 22, 2006, Rocky Mount, N.C. / Cessna 182T

The airplane was destroyed by impact and a post-crash fire at 1535 Eastern time. Instrument conditions prevailed. The Private pilot and passenger received fatal injuries. An airport employee stated that the weather at the time was light rain, fog and mist, and that winds were light and favoring Runway 4. The employee stated that he could not see the airplane on approach until it broke through the clouds, at approximately 600 to 700 feet agl,…

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