Federal Aviation Administration / Flight Standards District Office: Birmingham
Aircraft on landing, went off the runway into a ditch. Delayed notification.
Aircraft Make: CESSNA
Aircraft Model: C152
Event Type: ACCIDENT
Highest Injury: NONE
Aircraft Missing: No
Flight Phase: LANDING (LDG)
AIRCRAFT: 1980 Cessna 152 N6318M, s/n: 15284670. Current tach 2929.9 and current Hobbs 1407.1.
Last annual inspection entry on 04/01/2016 reads TT 11253 and Tach 2024.6.
ENGINE: Lycoming IO-235-L2C, s/n: L-21535-15. The log entry for the annual inspection on 04/01/2016 reads Tach 825.4, and TSMOH 2024.6.
Engine overhauled on 06/03/2007, at 6,305.45 engine TT
PROPELLER: McCauley 1A103/TCM6958
EQUIPMENT: KMA 20, (2) KX 155s, KR87, and a GTX 320. The DG has been removed and is NOT included with the salvage.
DESCRIPTION OF ACCIDENT: On landing at Tri County Airport, Bonifay, Florida on 02/04/17, the aircraft departed the runway and came to rest in a ditch with water.
DESCRIPTION OF DAMAGES:
Damage includes but may not be limited to the following:
Prop blades bent
Engine experienced prop strike
Nose gear broken and folded back
Firewall and belly structure aft damaged
Exhaust pipe crushed
Left wing tip damage and adjacent wing skins buckled
Left gear leg cover torn
Bottom of empennage is dented and scraped
LOCATION OF AIRCRAFT: Tri County Airport, 1983 Tri County Airport Rd, Bonifay, FL 32425.
INQUIRIES/REMARKS: DG is not included with salvage. Hour meters in aircraft appear to not match log entries.
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