Preliminary Accident Reports

April 2010 Issue

February 15, 2010, Farmingdale, N.J., Cessna T337G Skymaster

At about 1548 Eastern time, a section of the airplane’s outer right wing separated while it overflew a runway. The three adults and two minors aboard were killed; the airplane incurred substantial damage. Visual conditions prevailed. The flight had originated five minutes earlier from the same airport.

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