On April 11, 1993, at 1300 central daylight time (CDT) a Grumman G-164, N7661, was substantially damaged during Landing near Forrest City, Arkansas. The private pilot was not injured. Weather for the local area flight was visual meteorological conditions. The airplane was owned and operated by Riddle Flying Service of West Helena, Arkansas. Use your browsers 'back' function to return to synopsisReturn to Query Page
During an interview conducted by a Federal Aviation Administration inspector the pilot reported the following information. He was landing on the private grass strip "following a pleasure flight" when he landed hard and bounced the airplane. He further reported that a sudden crosswind caused him to veer off the runway and the airplane nosed over.