Preliminary Accident Reports

January 2011 Issue

November 21, 2010, Norfolk, Neb., Piper PA-24-260

The airplane was destroyed at an undetermined time following impact with terrain. The pilot and passenger sustained fatal injuries. The airplane impacted a tree adjacent to rolling pasture. The initial impact point with terrain, contained several ground cuts and appeared consistent with prop strikes. Several ground impact scars and miscellaneous pieces of the aircraft were found along the wreckage path to the airplane wreckage.

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