Preliminary Accident Reports

January 2007 Issue

November 4, 2006, Danville, Ark. / Piper PA-32-300

The airplane was destroyed on colliding with power lines and the ground at 2320 Central time during a night forced landing following a loss of engine power. The Commercial pilot and his two passengers were fatally injured. Night visual conditions prevailed. According to ATC, the flight was in cruise level flight at 6000 feet when the pilot reported "a rough running engine."

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