Preliminary Accident Reports

December 2009 Issue

October 6, 2009, Easton, Pa., Cessna 172S

The pilot stated he was performing a no-flap landing after completing a local flight. On short final, he realized he was low and initiated a go-around. With the application of power, the airplane rolled to the left and the left wheel struck an approximately eight-foot-high embankment located near the edge of the displaced threshold of the runway.

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