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Topic: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: CO7e7
Posted 2006-11-14 23:32:52 and read 11610 times.

here's the link... i just saw it on 19 action news.

They say the one pilot on board is injured. He was transported to Akron General Hospital.

http://www.woio.com/Global/story.asp?S=5680514

-Zaki

Topic: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: Jamesbuk
Posted 2006-11-15 00:04:29 and read 11470 times.



From that pic it sadly isnt looking good!

Hope the pilot pulls through.

Rgds --James--

Topic: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: Speedbird747BA
Posted 2006-11-15 00:06:41 and read 11447 times.

Quoting Jamesbuk (Reply 1):
From that pic it sadly isnt looking good!

Thats what I call a hard landing!

Cheers,
Kyle

Topic: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: CO7e7
Posted 2006-11-15 00:24:39 and read 11342 times.

Fox 8 is saying the pilot was concisous when the sheriff deputies arrived.

Flights @ CAK are running on schedule.

http://www.myfoxcleveland.com/myfox/...EN-US&layoutCode=TSTY&pageId=1.1.1

-Zaki

Topic: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: N766UA
Posted 2006-11-15 01:23:41 and read 11161 times.

"Attempting to land?" He's on a taxiway and his airplane is destroyed... there's gotta be more to this...

Topic: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: DeltaJet757
Posted 2006-11-15 02:16:57 and read 10994 times.

Ouch. The plane's on the taxiway, that reminds me of that  u rumor{/u} of the CO 752 that landed on a taxiway.

Any more info on the crash please post it, I'm a frequent traveler in and out of CAK.

-DeltaJet757

Topic: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: Flyinryan99
Posted 2006-11-15 02:18:22 and read 10985 times.

N766UA...depends on what runway he landed on....one of the reports said he flipped which means he departed the runway....just could be where he ended up. I'll get more information tomorrow. Tail number is N202WB 1977 Mooney M20J.

Ryan

Topic: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: CO7e7
Posted 2006-11-15 04:40:57 and read 10715 times.

Quoting DeltaJet757 (Reply 5):
Any more info on the crash please post it, I'm a frequent traveler in and out of CAK.

check out www.woio.com

The last update:

The 45 year old pilot's injuries are not life threatening.

The media is saying (NOT ME), that the pilot landed the left wheel on the grass and the other one on the runway!!!

Look at their website, they are on top of their game

-Zaki

Topic: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: Steeler83
Posted 2006-11-15 06:21:16 and read 10559 times.

Damn... I thought I felt the ground shake here, and I am in Lancaster PA!!! That had to have been a scary situation for the pilot and I also hope for a full recovery, although it is lifting that his injuries are not too serious  thumbsup 

BTW, CO757, I saw your signature, read my username... and this...

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!! Your team's going down man! Big grin

Sorry chap, had to throw that in for the heck of it. Besides, I despise Carolina and New England a little more than I do the Browns... anyway, enough of this NFL tangent and back to aviation quickly!  Smile

Topic: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: CO7e7
Posted 2006-11-15 10:48:18 and read 10412 times.

Quoting Steeler83 (Reply 8):
your team's going down man!

Not sooooo fast brother!

Quoting Steeler83 (Reply 8):
Besides, I despise Carolina and New England a little more than I do the Browns...

That's good.. personally, i don't hate ANTHING in the world EXCEPT The Shitsburgh Squeelers!

Back to aviation:

The pilot is recovering from his injuries at Akron General... i'm sure WOIO will have a follow up report about the incident!

Cheers
Zaki
GO BROWNS

Topic: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: RiddlePilot215
Posted 2006-11-15 13:25:12 and read 9541 times.

Quoting Steeler83 (Reply 8):
Damn... I thought I felt the ground shake here, and I am in Lancaster PA!!! That had to have been a scary situation for the pilot and I also hope for a full recovery, although it is lifting that his injuries are not too serious thumbsup

And that his flame-broiling from the FAA as a result won't be too bad....


Oh yeah, and....

Dawg Pound For EVER....Go Browns

Topic: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: IAHFLYR
Posted 2006-11-15 13:37:12 and read 9324 times.

What.....no blaming the controllers yet, incredible.  Smile Hope the guy is okay.

Topic: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: Jetpixx
Posted 2006-11-15 13:49:42 and read 9088 times.

Good - I was alarmed when I first read plane crash @ CAK - so I am glad that everything worked out, it was a small aircraft first off and that the pilot sounds like he will be ok.

...and to add to the football chat, go Browns. I am flying up on Friday from FLL on YX and have seats in the Pound. (although, it really isn't THE Pound, any Browns fan feels this way, right?)...and on a second side not, go Bucks!

Topic: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: 53Sqdn
Posted 2006-11-15 15:44:38 and read 7233 times.

Quoting N766UA (Reply 4):
"Attempting to land?" He's on a taxiway and his airplane is destroyed... there's gotta be more to this...

Are you some kind of sicko? If he was in trouble, who gives a flying fig where the plane came down. Self preservation is one of the greatest assets we are born with. Certain people bleeding amaze me on this site. If YOU had been in that pilots 'situation' what would you have done? Gone for a circuit? I effing despair! When things like this happen it totally uffing amazes me how people can jump up and down because a pilot in trouble lands on a iffing taxiway.

BTW, eff, iff and uff are part of the English language. Just so nobody heads for the SD button.

Topic: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: JBirdAV8r
Posted 2006-11-15 16:01:22 and read 6858 times.

Quoting 53Sqdn (Reply 13):
Are you some kind of sicko? If he was in trouble, who gives a flying fig where the plane came down. Self preservation is one of the greatest assets we are born with. Certain people bleeding amaze me on this site. If YOU had been in that pilots 'situation' what would you have done? Gone for a circuit? I effing despair! When things like this happen it totally uffing amazes me how people can jump up and down because a pilot in trouble lands on a iffing taxiway.

With all due respect i don't believe this is how he meant the post. I believe he meant that at this point there are more questions than answers (like "HOW did he end up on the taxiway?"). Did he flip over for some reason and cartwheel onto it? Did he attempt to land on it? Did some runaway bread truck speed across the taxiway as he was taxiing?

Sounds to me like you're the one who is jumping to conclusions.

Topic: RE: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: Airfoilsguy
Posted 2006-11-15 20:19:29 and read 5022 times.

Quoting N766UA (Reply 4):
"Attempting to land?" He's on a taxiway and his airplane is destroyed... there's gotta be more to this...

Notice the skid marks running perpendicular to the left of the engine. It looks like the plane slid into the taxiway at a 75 degree angle

Topic: RE: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: Brdcessna
Posted 2006-11-15 22:25:15 and read 4370 times.

Quoting CO7e7 (Reply 9):
That's good.. personally, i don't hate ANTHING in the world EXCEPT The Shitsburgh Squeelers!

LOL is that because of big Ben worthlessburger?

I am hoping that the pilot makes it thru.

Topic: RE: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: N766UA
Posted 2006-11-16 02:03:49 and read 3911 times.

Quoting 53Sqdn (Reply 13):
Are you some kind of sicko?

Are you some kind of retard? I'm merely pointing out that since he's on a taxiway and in rather bad shape there's obviously more to it than "attempting to land," which implies a normal circumstance. Get a clue.

Quoting JBirdAV8r (Reply 14):
believe he meant that at this point there are more questions than answers (like "HOW did he end up on the taxiway?"). Did he flip over for some reason and cartwheel onto it? Did he attempt to land on it? Did some runaway bread truck speed across the taxiway as he was taxiing?

That's exactly what I meant. I'm not critiquing the pilot or trying to judge the situation or his handling of it, I'm just asking questions because the article sure doesn't give any answers.

Topic: RE: Small Plane Crash @ CAK
Username: David L
Posted 2006-11-16 18:47:36 and read 3893 times.

Quoting N766UA (Reply 17):
Are you some kind of retard? I'm merely pointing out that since he's on a taxiway and in rather bad shape there's obviously more to it than "attempting to land," which implies a normal circumstance. Get a clue.

I was going to say much the same thing but I decided to "take the high ground" and suggest deletion instead... So much for that idea.  Sad


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