AIRCRAFT: 1977 Cessna 172N N738PC
ENGINE: Lycoming 0-360-A4M, serial number: L-39012-36E
PROPELLER: Sensenich 76RM8$14-0-60, Hun SN: 102720K
APPROXIMATE TOTAL HOURS (estimated TT & TSMO from logbooks or other information):
ENGINE: Total time since new: 3,907.22 hours,
Total time since MEOH: 1,019.77 hours
PROPELLER: Total Time since new: 1019.77
AIRFRAME: Total Time: 15,028.31 hours
Skybolt Engine Cowling Fasteners;
King KMA 24 Audion Panel;
Garmin GNS 430W GPS Nav Comm;
King KX 155 Nav Comm;
Instrumentation for VOR and Precision GPS approaches.
Bendix King KN 64 DME;
King ADF (inoperative);
Garmin GTX 327 Transponder;
Davtron M800 Chronometer
DESCRIPTION OF ACCIDENT: Runway overrun
DESCRIPTION OF DAMAGES:
Lower RH Cowling set in;
Exhaust partially crushed;
Left wing outboard of strut leading edge small bend.
LOCATION OF AIRCRAFT: Reid Hillview Airport, KRHV
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FAA Flight Standards District Office: FAA San Jose FSDO-15
Aircraft Make: CESSNA
Aircraft Model: 172
Event Type: Incident
Highest Injury: None
Flight Phase: LANDING (LDG)
City: SAN JOSE
AIRCRAFT ON LANDING WENT OFF THE END OF THE RUNWAY, THROUGH A FENCE AND ONTO A ROAD, REID-HILLVIEW AIRPORT, SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA.
SAN JOSE (KRON) — Emergency crews are responding to a small plane crash in San Jose Wednesday morning.
The plane rolled off the runway at the Reid-Hillview Airport near Tully Road and South King Road at around 11:20 a.m., according to authorities.
The plane went through a fence and was blocking traffic on westbound Tully Road between Capitol Expressway and Eastridge Way.
No injuries were reported in the incident, fire officials said.
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A flight instructor and his student escaped injury Wednesday when their small private plane crashed through a fence at a San Jose airport and ended up on a busy road, fire officials said.
The Cessna aircraft ran off the end of a runway at Reid-Hillview Airport at 10:38 a.m., crashed through a fence and went onto Tully Road, said Capt. Christopher Salcido of the San Jose Fire Department.
Two men, a flight instructor and student pilot, were on board. It was not immediately known who was piloting the plane, Salcido said.
Fire personnel arrived at 10:42 a.m., finding the occupants unharmed and already out of the blue and white aircraft.
“Not a scratch on them,” Salcido said. “In light of the accident itself, the silver lining is obviously the passenger and pilot weren’t injured.”
SAN JOSE -- A student pilot flying with an instructor overshot the runway at Reid-Hillview Airport during an exercise Wednesday morning, crashed into a fence and came to a stop on Tully Road, according to the San Jose Fire Department.
The student pilot and instructor walked away without any injuries. The plane also pushed a large portion of the fence onto the slow lane of Tully Road, resulting in a temporary road closure, according to San Jose Fire Capt. Chris Salcido.