Preliminary Accident Reports

January 2007 Issue

November 13, 2006, Rolling Prairie, Ind. / Cessna T303

At 1903 Central time, the airplane collided with terrain and was destroyed following a loss of control. The Private pilot and four passengers on board were fatally injured. Instrument conditions prevailed. Preliminary radar data indicates the airplane climbed to approximately 5700 feet after takeoff then entered a left spiral until radar data was lost.

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