On April 10, 1994, at 1045 Pacific daylight time, a Stinson 108- 3, N6319M, collided with a Cessna 210B, N9616X, while taxiing on the airport at Ramona, California. The Stinson, owned and operated by the pilot, was taxiing to parking from landing after a local area personal flight. The Cessna, owned and operated by the pilot, was taxiing for departure. Visual meteorological conditions prevailed at the time and no flight plans were filed for the respective operations. Both aircraft sustained substantial damage. There were no injuries to any of the aircraft occupants. The Stinson flight, with the pilot as the sole occupant, originated at the Ramona airport on the day of the accident at 0945 hours as a local area personal flight. The Cessna operation, with the pilot and one passenger onboard, was originating at the time of the collision as a flight to Corona, California. Use your browsers 'back' function to return to synopsisReturn to Query Page
According to a verbal and written statement from the Stinson pilot (N6319M), he had landed on runway 27 and taxied back on a parallel taxiway to the approach end of the runway in order to cross to his parking area. The pilot stated that he did not see anyone on the far side and crossed the runway in a southerly direction. As the aircraft reached the other side of the runway, it collided left wing to left wing with the Cessna 210B (N9616X), which was stopped in a northerly direction waiting to pull onto the runway.