Preliminary Accident Reports

March 2009 Issue

January 10, 2009, Carson City, Nev., Cessna 172RG

The airplane landed with its right main landing gear partially at about 1130 Pacific time. The commercial pilot and flight examiner were not injured; the airplane sustained substantial damage. Visual conditions prevailed. When the pilot extended the landing gear, he did not receive a down-and-locked indication, observing the right landing gear was partially extended.

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