Preliminary Accident Reports

November 2009 Issue

September 7, 2009, Sullivan, Mo., Beech B36TC Bonanza

At 1750 Central time, the airplane sustained substantial damage during a forced landing shortly after takeoff. The solo pilot was not injured. Visual conditions prevailed. During initial climb, the pilot experienced an abnormality in the flight controls and executed a downwind landing to a taxiway. The airplane veered off the taxiway and impacted terrain.

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