I just spotted this on FAA’s Office of Accident Investigations website. Does anyone know any of the particulars? Luckily, it looks like no injuries other than a bruised ego!
**** 10/16/2000 Preliminary Accident/Incident Data Record 21 **** A. Type: I Mid Air: N Missing: N Entry date: 10/16/2000 From: CENTRAL REGION OPERATIONS CENTER B. Reg. No.: 234J M/M: SR20 Desc: 2000 CIRRUS R-20 Activity: Pleasure Phase: Landing GA-A/C: General Aviation Descr: AIRCRAFT LANDED LONG ON RWY 35R, HIT SOMETHING, LOST CONTROL, HIT AIRCRAFT SIGN ON SIDE OF RWY 35R, LINCOLN, NE WX: 1854Z WIND VRB/04 10SM CLR 19/08 A3015 Damage: Minor C2. Injury Data: # Crew: 1 Fat: 0 Ser: 0 Min: 0 Unk: # Pass: 0 Fat: 0 Ser: 0 Min: 0 Unk: # Grnd: Fat: 0 Ser: 0 Min: 0 Unk: D. Location. City: LINCOLN State: NE Country: US E. Event Date: 10/15/2000 Time: 1905 F. Invest Coverage. IIC: CROWLEY Reg/DO: CE09 DO City: LINCOLN Dest: LINCOLN, NE Last Radio Cont: CLRD TO LAND RWY 35R Flt Plan: NONE Last Clearance: LONG LANDING APRVD WX Briefing: N Other: AAI IIC:
Dan “SR-20/22 wannabe” Pierstorff