Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Beechcraft B19 Musketeer Sport, N9792L: Accident occurred May 18, 2019 at Glasgow Municipal Airport (KGLW), Barren County, Kentucky

Federal Aviation Administration / Flight Standards District Office; Louisville, Kentucky

Lost power on takeoff, landed on road and veered into a ditch.

https://registry.faa.gov/N9792L

Date: 18-MAY-19
Time: 19:30:00Z
Regis#: N9792L
Aircraft Make: BEECH
Aircraft Model: B19
Event Type: ACCIDENT
Highest Injury: NONE
Aircraft Missing: No
Damage: SUBSTANTIAL
Activity: UNKNOWN
Flight Phase: TAKEOFF (TOF)
Operation: 91
City: GLASGOW
State: KENTUCKY




GLASGOW, Kentucky - Two pilots walked away with minor injuries after their plane crashed near Glasgow Municipal Airport.

According to Glasgow police, the plane went down immediately following takeoff around 2:11 p.m. on Saturday afternoon.

Police say two men were on board and refused medical treatment from EMS. The passenger suffered minor scrapes, according to police.

The pilot told police the airplane began to lose power and they were not able to make it back to the airport.

Both men on the plane are from Trenton, Michigan.

Crews have left the scene and transported the small plane back to the airport after lifting it onto a truck by crane.

Perkins Road is back open and traffic has returned to normal.

Both the FAA and NTSB arrived on the scene shortly after the removal of the plane.

The cause of the crash was due to the plane losing power shortly after takeoff.

Lieutenant Terry Flatt tells us he’s grateful the two pilots are okay the crash.

The small plane was leaking gas from the bottom as it was lifted by a crane.

No fire or explosions erupted from the plane crash.

Story and video ➤ https://www.wnky.com


GLASGOW, Kentucky -Investigators are still working to determine what caused a small plane to crash near Glasgow Municipal Airport on Saturday.

Two men who were aboard the small aircraft walked away with minor injuries following the crash, which happened just off Perkins Road, near Happy Valley Road.

The plane is currently parked at the airport, and an aviation safety inspector with the Federal Aviation Administration is looking into what caused the plane to end up nose down in a ditch.

The pilot told Glasgow Police that the aircraft started to lose power, and he was unable to make it back to the airport.

Both men are from Trenton, Michigan.

The FAA investigator and the two men aboard the aircraft told WNKY on Monday, that they would not comment on the incident until the investigation into the crash is complete.


Story and video ➤  https://www.wnky.com



GLASGOW, Kentucky (WBKO) -- A small plane crashed on Perkins Road in Glasgow, officials confirmed.

The pilot advised officers that he had just taken off from Glasgow Municipal Airport.

The Glasgow Police Department says two males were on board from Trenton, Michigan. As soon as they took off, officials say, the plane lost power and crashed into the fence. The plane then slid across Happy Valley Road and crashed on Perkins Road. The aircraft could be seen partially on the road with the nose of the plane in a small ditch/grass area.

Officials say no injuries were reported. Both men refused transport to the hospital by EMS.

Crews are still on the scene and Perkins Road will be closed until the scene is cleared up. Both the FAA and NTSB have been notified and should be on the scene shortly.

Original article can be found here ➤ https://www.wbko.com





The pilot of a small plane that crashed shortly after taking off from Glasgow Municipal Airport on Saturday told police that the aircraft began to lose power and was unable to make it back to the airport before landing near the entrance of Perkins Road. 

According to a Glasgow Police Department news release, officers responded to the scene at about 2:11 p.m. where they found the airplane with its nose down in a small ditch. 

There were two passengers aboard the plane, and both men are from Trenton, Michigan. They both refused medical treatment at the scene. 

Emergency crews remained at the scene Saturday afternoon, and federal aviation authorities are expected to arrive there shortly. 

••• ORIGINAL STORY ••• 

No injuries were reported after a small plane crashed shortly after takeoff Saturday afternoon near Glasgow Municipal Airport. 

The plane crashed off Perkins Road near Happy Valley Road close to the airport. The Glasgow Police Department is handling the scene and will be releasing more details this evening. 

Original article ➤ https://www.glasgowdailytimes.com






LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (WDRB) -- No one was reported injured after a small plane crashed around 2:11 p.m. Saturday on Perkins Road in Glasgow, Kentucky. 

When members of the Glasgow Police Department arrived at the scene of the crash, they were met by two men from Trenton, Michigan, who confirmed they were the only people aboard the plane. 

The pilot told officers that he had just taken off from the Glasgow Municipal Airport when the plane started to lose power. 

The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the crash.

Original article can be found here ➤ https://www.wdrb.com

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

This plane looks like a pile.

Anonymous said...

Awe man ... That was one sweet ride.
Flying doesn't get any cheaper.
Nothing spared when it came to maintenance... Except money.

Anonymous said...

That there is a bare-bones budget project.
Duly noted, as an alternative for a life raft is a inflatable kiddie pool.

Anonymous said...

Darn they messed up the brand new paint job.

Anonymous said...

The kiddie pool is probably catching fuel.

Anonymous said...

What fuel ;

be400cpt said...

anonymous "what fuel"

and I quote from the article: "The small plane was leaking gas from the bottom as it was lifted by a crane."

Anonymous said...

And those were taken BEFORE it crashed . . .
Seriously, I think they're going to find some airworthiness issues on this one.

Anonymous said...

^ Good catch ^

Anonymous said...

Man... oh man, let's just all pile on top of the pilot crapping. Who knows, it's all his fault anyways right? With no official cause listed, you guys are just damned hilarious!

Anonymous said...

^^^^^ Thanks for recognizing our attempts at humor. The case at hand is easy considering no one was hurt.

Of course it is a shame to see a fine device miss-used in such a manner ... Referring to the kiddie pool of course.

Anonymous said...

This is freaking art!

Anonymous said...

Got here by accident. I regret nothing.

Anonymous said...

oh god this is just like sex...

Anonymous said...

For sale. Beech musketeer. Bring duct tape.

Anonymous said...

Duct tape?!?! It's gonna take a helluva lot more than duct tape to fix 'er up for airworthiness!

Anonymous said...

I've been meaning to get my nosedragger endorsement as well. Now I found the right plane for the job.

Jim B said...

If it looks like crap on the outside I suspect it looks like crap on the inside. I do not think an A/P would touch this with a 71 foot pole.

Anonymous said...

Officials are still investigating, trying to figure out why the aircraft was trying to maneuver to that ditch. The pilots are refusing to answers questions at this time.

Anonymous said...

Reportedly the 2 on board said neither of them were at the controls ... They were both in the back seat singing.