Preliminary Accident Reports

June 2006 Issue

April 16, 2006 in Lady Smith, B.C., Canada / Lake LA-4-200

At approximately 1350 Pacific time, the airplane was substantially damaged when it impacted water while landing. The Private pilot and sole occupant of the airplane was not injured. Visual conditions prevailed. According to the Canadian authorities, while conducting touch-and-go landings, the airplane’s left float “dug” into the water, followed by the left wing impacting the water. The airplane cart-wheeled, nosed over and sank....

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