Preliminary Accident Reports

November 2011 Issue

September 4, 2011, Georgetown, Del., North American TB-25N

At about 1745 Eastern time, the airplane was substantially damaged during the landing rollout. The two pilots and crew chief aboard were not injured. Visual conditions prevailed. During the landing rollout, both pilots felt the right wing drop and heard a noise like “a blown tire.” They attempted to maintain directional control of the airplane, but the right wing dropped further and the airplane veered off the right side of the runway.

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