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Seneca's 172 Invovled In Mishap


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Thought perhaps some of the Seneca people could help me out here. Tonight on the news I saw one of Seneca's 172 was invovled in an accident and was wondering would those flying be removed from the program after having a mishap such as this? Glad it wasn't more serious although the repair bill is going to be pretty hefty!

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Not sure if he/she lost it on take-off or landing but ended up going through the rough and into a couple of parked aircraft. There was a little bit of wind but nothing to really to get excited about. They were pretty quick to cover up the tail logo on the aircraft though.

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ewww... thats rough...

oh well - just a bruised ego I guess...

although I hear that injury has a long recovery time... :P

 

I learned the hardway about checking break pressure at that very airport several yeasr ago...

 

I had a lear on short final behind me when landing, so I kept up my speed on the roll, and took a taxiway turn off a little faster then I should have (although had done it many times before with no issues) and the break only gave me 45 degrees worth of the 60 degree turn I asked for... my passenger and I ended up having a bumpy ride through the grass to get back to the apron... :huh:

I parked the plane and walked into dispatch with my head down and reported it.

It was confirmed that break pressure was low... there was no damage to the plane, I was lucky... :unsure:

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