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Old January 19th 05, 04:03 AM
Capt.Doug
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Default Parachute fails to save SR-22

From the FAA website-
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" Regis#: 889JB Make/Model: SR22 Description: SR-22
Date: 01/15/2005 Time: 1723

Event Type: Accident Highest Injury: Fatal Mid Air: N Missing: N
Damage: Destroyed

LOCATION
City: COCONUT GROVE State: FL Country: US

DESCRIPTION
ACFT REPORTED AVIONICS PROBLEMS AND CRASHED INTO A RESIDENTIAL AREA, THE
ONE PERSON ON BOARD WAS FATALLY INJURED, COCONUT CREEK, FL"
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Additionally, the aircraft had just come out of maintenance were the tanks
were emptied. The investigators have not been able to find a fueling ticket.

D.


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Old January 19th 05, 05:06 AM
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Capt.Doug wrote:
City: COCONUT GROVE State: FL Country: US
ONE PERSON ON BOARD WAS FATALLY INJURED, COCONUT CREEK, FL"


NTSB database is full of them SR-20/22's that weren't saved by dem parachutes.

Btw there's like 40 miles between Coconut Grove and Coconut Creek, FL


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Old January 19th 05, 06:06 AM
BTIZ
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so how does an avionics problem cause an SR-22 to crash?
ohh.. the avionics did not tell the pilot to check fuel before flying..
BT

"Capt.Doug" wrote in message
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From the FAA website-
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
" Regis#: 889JB Make/Model: SR22 Description: SR-22
Date: 01/15/2005 Time: 1723

Event Type: Accident Highest Injury: Fatal Mid Air: N Missing: N
Damage: Destroyed

LOCATION
City: COCONUT GROVE State: FL Country: US

DESCRIPTION
ACFT REPORTED AVIONICS PROBLEMS AND CRASHED INTO A RESIDENTIAL AREA, THE
ONE PERSON ON BOARD WAS FATALLY INJURED, COCONUT CREEK, FL"
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------

Additionally, the aircraft had just come out of maintenance were the tanks
were emptied. The investigators have not been able to find a fueling
ticket.

D.




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Old January 19th 05, 12:00 PM
Thomas Borchert
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Hectop,

NTSB database is full of them SR-20/22's that weren't saved by dem parachutes.


Yeah, right.

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Old January 19th 05, 12:00 PM
Thomas Borchert
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Btiz,

the avionics did not tell the pilot to check fuel before flying..


Actually, in the Entegra-equipped aircraft, they do.

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Old January 19th 05, 01:36 PM
Peter R.
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BTIZ ) wrote:

so how does an avionics problem cause an SR-22 to crash?
ohh.. the avionics did not tell the pilot to check fuel before flying..


Perhaps just a little more information needs to be released before one
can make that statement, wouldn't you agree?

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Old January 19th 05, 02:52 PM
HECTOP
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Thomas Borchert wrote:
Yeah, right.


Off yer medication again, Thomas?




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Old January 19th 05, 03:09 PM
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"Capt.Doug" wrote in
:

From the FAA website-
----------------------------------------------------------------------

-
----- ---
" Regis#: 889JB Make/Model: SR22 Description: SR-22
Date: 01/15/2005 Time: 1723

Event Type: Accident Highest Injury: Fatal Mid Air: N
Missing: N Damage: Destroyed

LOCATION
City: COCONUT GROVE State: FL Country: US

DESCRIPTION
ACFT REPORTED AVIONICS PROBLEMS AND CRASHED INTO A RESIDENTIAL AREA,
THE ONE PERSON ON BOARD WAS FATALLY INJURED, COCONUT CREEK, FL"
----------------------------------------------------------------------

-
----- -------

Additionally, the aircraft had just come out of maintenance were the
tanks were emptied. The investigators have not been able to find a
fueling ticket.

D.



How about "Pilot of SR-22 dies because he forgot he had a parachute"...

-BeaglePig
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Old January 19th 05, 04:39 PM
C J Campbell
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I wonder what his altitude was when he ran into trouble. Perhaps he was too
low, or maybe he thought he could make an emergency landing safely. Guess we
will have to wait for more details.


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Old January 19th 05, 04:40 PM
C J Campbell
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"HECTOP" wrote in message
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Thomas Borchert wrote:
Yeah, right.


Off yer medication again, Thomas?


Thomas has a severe denial problem with the safety record of the Cirrus.


 




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