Preliminary Accident Reports

February 2006 Issue

December 24, 2005, Niwot, Colo. / Kitfox Experimental

The airplane was destroyed at approximately 0925 Mountain time when it departed controlled flight while maneuvering and impacted terrain. Visual conditions prevailed; the pilot and passenger suffered fatal injuries. Witnesses said they saw the airplane performing aerobatic maneuvers at low altitude. The witnesses then saw the airplane descend in a nose-low attitude and impact terrain at the edge of a lake....

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