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Aircraft Crashes at Sandyriver Airport

Friday 8-28-09 approx 1pm:

Luscombe aircraft came in to Sandy River
Airport too high on his approach. He had his
radio turned off and ground personnel tryed
to wave him off. Aircraft landed at far west
end of runway with a bounce and flipped over
beyond the end of the airstrip. A pilot and
passenger were on board and were able to
exit on their own. The pilot was 87 years of
age and reportedly had only a small cut.

The piot was refusing to be taken by ambulance for routine medical evaluation.
I think he was more worried about how his
wife was going to react.

The FAA was notified and immediately begain
a full crash site investigative report.

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Anonymous says ... on Tuesday, Sep 1 at 9:52 PM


just for fun says ... on Tuesday, Sep 1 at 12:07 AM

goda wach out for dhem dhere flying thangeys and please use your spelling cheacking thang on you puter

Crosky says ... on Monday, Aug 31 at 11:15 AM

Looks like I picked the wrong day to go flying.

Joe Blow says ... on Monday, Aug 31 at 8:22 AM

They still tried to save them from crashing. Maybe experience is great to have until your motor skills and quick whits go away with age. Please if you can not safely land that small craft stay over Sandy River and quit flying over Sandy housing.

Ted Stryker says ... on Monday, Aug 31 at 7:33 AM

When Kramer hears about this, the s---'s gonna hit the fan.

Jive Lady says ... on Sunday, Aug 30 at 10:29 PM

Oh, Stewardess, I speak jive.

Anonymous says ... on Sunday, Aug 30 at 9:56 PM

Stewardess, I need a blanket! CHOP CHOP.

Anonymous says ... on Sunday, Aug 30 at 9:52 PM


Stewardess says ... on Sunday, Aug 30 at 8:52 PM

Please have your seats, trays and plane in the UPRIGHT position.

Yet another reader says ... on Sunday, Aug 30 at 5:44 PM

What's with the wording of this story. Sounds like a first grader wrote it.

Another reader says ... on Sunday, Aug 30 at 5:15 PM

Whats with the white background?

A Reader says ... on Saturday, Aug 29 at 9:23 PM

What's with the typewriter-like line breaks in the story?

MRS.jACoB says ... on Saturday, Aug 29 at 7:10 PM


Saddened Teacher says ... on Saturday, Aug 29 at 7:27 AM

"tryed"? Please use spell check.

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