Preliminary Accident Reports

January 2008 Issue

November 4, 2007, Tuscaloosa, Ala., Piper PA-31-350

While taxiing slowly in reduced visibility, on the taxiway centerline and using the taxi and landing lights, the pilot noticed a parked airplane to his right and applied brakes. The airplane yawed to the left and its right wing collided with the left side of the fuselage of a parked Cessna Citation. The pilot stopped the airplane, notified ground control that he had collided with another airplane and shut down.

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