On July 2, 1993, at about 1350 eastern daylight time a Cessna 172, N5812A, collided with the ground during maneuvering flight. The airplane was operated by the pilot under 14 CFR Part 91 and visual flight rules. A flight plan was not filed for the other work use flight. The pilot was seriously injured and the airplane received substantial damage. Origination of the flight was Charleston, South Carolina, at an unspecified time, on the same day. Use your browsers 'back' function to return to synopsisReturn to Query Page
Witnesses observed the airplane collide with the ground while maneuvering at a low altitude. It was reported that the pilot had received a briefing, earlier in the day, from Anderson Flight Service Station, for a photographic flight from Clemson to Charleston. The airplane was based at Clemson, South Carolina.