Preliminary Accident Reports

March 2011 Issue

January 1, 2011, Orange, Mass., Cessna 310F

At about 1757 Eastern time, the airplane crashed in a wooded area adjacent to the airport during a visual approach, incurring substantial damage. Visual conditions prevailed. The pilot received minor injuries and the passenger was killed.

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