Preliminary Accident Reports

May 2010 Issue

March 2, 2010, DeKalb, Ill., Beech 65-A90 King Air

At 1345 Central time, the airplane sustained substantial damage on impact with terrain during landing. The left main landing gear collapsed during the landing roll-out. Visual conditions prevailed. The pilot and company mechanic were uninjured. The local flight originated from the same airport at 1330.

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