At about 1600 eastern time, a Piper PA-28-180 crashed after a loss of control near Conesus, killing the flight instructor and the pilot undergoing model familiarization training. The airplane was operated by a Dansville flying club. A different instructor had begun the checkout earlier in the day. A witness said the airplane pitched up to the point where it appeared the pilot was attempting a loop, then the left wing dropped and the airplane spiraled to the ground. The flight instructor had logged 1,097 hours and the pilot receiving instruction had logged 146 hours.