Preliminary Accident Reports

October 2007 Issue

August 4, 2007, Big Creek, Idaho, Piper PA-34-200T

The airplane landed long at about 1100 Mountain time, overrunning the departure end of the runway and sliding down an embankment. The airplane came to rest on its tail and left wing, and was substantially damaged. The private pilot, who owned and operated the airplane, was not injured. Visual conditions prevailed.

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