Preliminary Accident Reports

November 2010 Issue

September 18, 2010, Denton, Texas, Cessna 320

The airplane was substantially damaged at approximately 1230 Central time when the nosegear folded on landing. Visual conditions prevailed. The pilot and passenger were not injured. Preliminary information indicates the pilot lowered the landing gear but did not get a gear-down-and-locked light. When viewed through the mirrors on the engine nacelles, it appeared the nose landing gear was not fully extended.

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