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Beechcraft Bonanza — - There were two persons on board. Neither sustained any injury. As obvious in this photo, the passenger was quite fortunate that the metal segment from the sign impaled the fuselage where it did. A little bit higher and the passenger could very well have been seriously injured.br /br /Excerpt from Kathryn's Report: "According to the pilot, shortly after landing, he lost control of the airplane, and it veered off the runway to the left, despite his right rudder inputs. After the airplane exited runway 25, it continued to an intersecting runway, veered 270° to the right, struck two runway signs, and then came to a stop, facing north on runway 34R. The pilot stated that he was unaware of why he lost directional control of the airplane on the ground."br /br /*** Photographer's Note: The reg number of this Beechcraft Bonanza A36, as is visible in this photo, has been deliberately and significantly altered by myself (for reasons of my own) prior to posting. My use of the reg number seen here was purely a random editing alteration and is in no way connected to Pennsylvania Central Airlines (later Capital Airlines) N88842, a DC-4 operating as Flight 410, that crashed on Lookout Mountain (W. Virginia) on June 13, 1947, with the loss of all 50 persons on board.
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There were two persons on board. Neither sustained any injury. As obvious in this photo, the passenger was quite fortunate that the metal segment from the sign impaled the fuselage where it did. A little bit higher and the passenger could very well have been seriously injured.

Excerpt from Kathryn's Report: "According to the pilot, shortly after landing, he lost control of the airplane, and it veered off the runway to the left, despite his right rudder inputs. After the airplane exited runway 25, it continued to an intersecting runway, veered 270° to the right, struck two runway signs, and then came to a stop, facing north on runway 34R. The pilot stated that he was unaware of why he lost directional control of the airplane on the ground."

*** Photographer's Note: The reg number of this Beechcraft Bonanza A36, as is visible in this photo, has been deliberately and significantly altered by myself (for reasons of my own) prior to posting. My use of the reg number seen here was purely a random editing alteration and is in no way connected to Pennsylvania Central Airlines (later Capital Airlines) N88842, a DC-4 operating as Flight 410, that crashed on Lookout Mountain (W. Virginia) on June 13, 1947, with the loss of all 50 persons on board.

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Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
As far as I am able to determine, as of the date I am posting this pic (June 3, 2019), reg number N88842 is not currently assigned to any aircraft in the United States. That is why I selected it when I altered the actual reg number of this Bonanza.
C.W. Reed
Probably a hull loss. Thanks for posting this Gary! Cheers!!
cliff731
That one "prolly" won't buff out!!!
Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
Awwww, c'mon, guys. A couple of cans of good old Bondo fiberglass filler stuff and a fifteen minute wait while it cures and it's all good. Ahhh, and straighten out the prop blade. And maybe realign the entire prop assembly back to centered. And oh yeah, that hole in the right wing might need fixin'. Hmmmm. On second thought, I'm thinkin' you called it correctly, guys. (Wave)
C.W. Reed
LOL:)....The good parts were probably sold at a profit though...
Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
Not yet. This only occurred last month (couple weeks ago). It's still sitting here as is.
C.W. Reed
I see...Lots of good parts & pieces there!
Tom Vance
Good man Gman....I would not report the N also.

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