Preliminary Accident Reports

January 2007 Issue

November 8, 2006, Alamogordo, N.Mex. / Cessna 337C

The aircraft was destroyed and the Commercial pilot fatally injured at approximately 1245 Mountain time when it departed the runway and collided with a hangar during the landing roll. Visual conditions prevailed. Witnesses said the airplane touched down on Runway 21 and, after rolling approximately 2500 feet, veered to the right, departed the runway, crossed the median and taxiway, rolled onto the parking ramp and collided with a hangar.

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