Preliminary Accident Reports

August 2006 Issue

June 5, 2006, Ennis, Mon. / Beech A36 Bonanza

At about 1730 Mountain time the airplane sustained substantial damage following a loss of engine power and subsequent forced landing. The pilot and three passengers aboard the airplane were not injured; visual conditions prevailed. Shortly after takeoff, the airplane lost engine power and he elected to land in an open field south of the airport. The airplane had been fitted with a new engine some 30 hours of operation before the accident....

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