Preliminary Accident Reports

May 2007 Issue

March 7, 2007, Tooele, Utah, Piper PA-28-235

The airplane sustained an in-flight structural failure at about 2135 Mountain time, breaking apart and fatally injuring the Flight Instructor and two passengers aboard. Visual conditions prevailed. Witnesses took off behind the accident airplane and observed it in front of them, flying the same basic route. While at 7500 feet, they were below the accident airplane.

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