Preliminary Accident Reports

February 2011 Issue

December 5, 2010, Leverett, Mass., Cessna U206G Stationair

At about 1530 Eastern time, the airplane crashed in an open field. Visual conditions prevailed. The airplane incurred substantial damage. Two of the passengers were killed, the pilot and a third passenger received serious injuries. The flight was receiving flight-following services from ATC. The last radar contact was at 1528, at an altitude of 1900 feet msl and a groundspeed of 87 knots. There were no distress calls received by ATC.

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