Preliminary Accident Reports

August 2010 Issue

June 3, 2010, Fort Worth, Texas, Beech C90 King Air

The airplane, registered to and operated by the FAA, was substantially damaged at approximately 1430 Central time when the nose landing gear collapsed on landing. Visual conditions prevailed for the training and proficiency flight. The two pilots aboard the airplane were not injured.

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