Preliminary Accident Reports

August 2009 Issue

June 2, 2009, Tooele, Utah, Cessna 172S

On the student pilotís second touch-and-go landing, the airplane bounced and the right wing lifted quickly. After the student applied right aileron and left rudder, the airplane landed back onto the runway on the right main landing gear and nose wheel. The airplane then veered left, departing the runway. The nose wheel dug into the ground and the airplane nosed over.

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