On January 27, 1993, at approximately 1715 central standard time, a Cessna 150L, N5414Q, was substantially damaged during landing at Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas. The student pilot was not injured. Weather for the 14 CFR Part 91 flight was visual meteorological conditions. The airplane was owned by Raven Air Parts Incorporated of Azle, Texas.

During an interview conducted by a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) inspector, the pilot stated he was attempting to land following a series of touch and go landings. The pilot further reported that during the landing to runway 16R, with a 11 knot crosswind from 180 degrees, he lost control after he touched down on the right main gear only. Witnesses reported that the airplane touched down on the right main gear, spun to the right, and ran off the runway.

An inspection of the airplane revealed that damage was sustained to the nose landing gear, both wings, and the engine area.

Following the on scene inspection by the FAA inspector the airplane was released to the operator.

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