On May 21, 1994, at 1315 mountain daylight time, a Christen Husky, N103TB, sustained substantial damage after a ground loop during landing at Ogden, Utah. The private pilot, who was an owner of the aircraft, was uninjured. No flight plan was filed for the local flight, which originated at Ogden. There was no fire, and the ELT did not actuate. Use your browsers 'back' function to return to synopsisReturn to Query Page
The pilot stated to an FAA inspector that directional control was lost after touchdown. The wing sustained spar damage.