Preliminary Accident Reports

April 2010 Issue

February 6, 2010, Boulder, Colo., Piper PA-25/Cirrus SR20

The two airplanes collided at 1327 Mountain time shortly after the Piper released a Schweizer SGS 2-32 glider. Visual conditions prevailed. The commercial pilot aboard the Piper and the private pilot and passenger aboard the Cirrus were fatally injured. The commercial pilot and two passengers aboard the Schweizer were not injured.

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