On May 8, 1994, at 1745 central daylight time, a Cessna 195, N999V, sustained substantial damage during approach near Ama, Louisiana. The private pilot did not receive injuries. Visual meteorological conditions prevailed for the local personal flight.

The pilot/operator report stated that the airplane was 25 feet from the approach end of the north runway and 25 feet above ground when it "dropped suddenly" to the ground. The airplane struck a dirt berm, bounced, and came to rest in an upright position. The pilot reported that winds were light and variable with no turbulence.

Structural damage to the wings, fuselage, propeller, and gear was reported by the Federal Aviation Administration inspector.

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