Preliminary Accident Reports

June 2010 Issue

April 11, 2010, Arecibo, Puerto Rico, Beech 95-A55 Baron

The airplane was substantially damaged at 1745 Atlantic time, after impacting the ground during a forced landing. The private pilot/owner and sole passenger were seriously injured. Visual conditions prevailed. The passenger subsequently reported one engine had failed in flight and the pilot elected to shut down the other engine.

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