Preliminary Accident Reports

December 2007 Issue

October 21, 2007, Farmingdale, N.Y., Piper PA-32R-301/Cessna 152

The two airplanes collided in flight at about 1150 feet, at approximately 1753 Eastern time. Visual conditions prevailed. Both airplanes received substantial damage and landed without further incident. The Piperís commercial pilot and one passenger reported no injuries. The Cessnaís student pilot reported no injuries.

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