Preliminary Accident Reports

April 2011 Issue

February 8, 2011, Columbia, Mo., Cessna 210N

At about 1430 Central time, the airplane sustained minor damage on contact with the runway when the landing gear was retracted during the initial landing roll. The pilot added power during the landing roll, climbed to lower the landing gear, and subsequently landed with it extended.

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