Preliminary Accident Reports

February 2007 Issue

December 9, 2006, Edgewater, MD. / Cessna 210K

At about 1745 Eastern time, the airplane was substantially damaged when it impacted terrain while on approach. The Private pilot and passenger were fatally injured. Visual conditions prevailed for the flight from McMinnville, Tenn. At 1738, the airplane was about 10 miles northwest of Annapolis, Md., its destination, at 2500 feet.

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