On May 15, 1993, at approximately 1945 hours Pacific daylight time (PDT), a Cessna 210, N9421T, registered to and operated by Wayne A. Robinson, and being flown by Brent A. Loney, a certificated private pilot, was destroyed during a collision with a hangar during landing rollout on runway 11 at the owner's private airstrip near Palouse, Washington. The pilot and owner/passenger were uninjured. Visual meteorological conditions prevailed and no flight plan had been filed. The flight, which was personal in nature, was to have been operated in accordance with the requirements set forth in 14CFR91 and originated from the accident airstrip at approximately 1815. Use your browsers 'back' function to return to synopsisReturn to Query Page
The pilot reported that after touchdown "when I slid my heels up from the floor to apply toe brakes they were already applied." As the pilot allowed the nosewheel to descend to the runway the aircraft veered to the right departing the runway. The pilot reported applying "left brake and full left rudder to try to get the plane back on the runway." Shortly thereafter the right wing impacted a building.
The passenger reported to the pilot that he got on the brakes initially and then got back off during the landing evolution.