Aviation Accident Report on Tragic Airplane Accident in Dodge County Released
RHINE, GEORGIA - A news story published on wgxa.tv reports that the preliminary aviation accident report for a fatal airplane accident that tragically killed a Georgia pilot has been released.* The airplane accident happened near Rhine, Georgia.
The aviation accident report states that there was a witness to the crash, a friend of the pilot. The witness stated that the accident victim said that he felt nauseous after practicing some aerobatics in his plane earlier that day. According to the witness, he was in where the victim crashed. As the pilot descended to fly by his friend, the airplane started an aileron roll, and the airplane flew down and crashed into the trees below at full speed.
The aviation accident report stated that the airplane's fuselage from the empennage to the firewall exhibited accordion-like impact damage. The airplane's wings were torn off of the fuselage. The aviation accident report also stated that an engine inspection did not show any malfunctions or failures.
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