On January 13, 2005, at 1730 central standard time, a Cessna 152, N714UV, operated by College of the Ozarks as a flight training airplane, received substantial damage on impact with terrain during a landing overrun on runway 19 (3,060 feet by 50 feet, dry asphalt) at Stockton Municipal Airport (MO3), Stockton, Missouri. Dusk visual meteorological conditions prevailed at the time of the accident. The 14 CFR Part 91 training flight was not operating on a flight plan. The private pilot was uninjured. The flight originated from M Graham Clark Airport, Point Lookout, Missouri, and was en route to MO3. Use your browsers 'back' function to return to synopsisReturn to Query Page
The pilot stated that he performed two go-arounds from runway 19. He stated that during the accident landing, the airplane did not slow down (probably 70-80 knots on final). He touched down about halfway down runway 19, pulled back on the yoke, and applied the brakes; however, the airplane did not stop and overran runway 19. He stated that he landed downwind.
The Springfield, Missouri, Automated Surface Observing System, located about 33 nautical miles southeast of MO3, recorded at 1652, wind 360 degrees at 10 knots and at 1752, wind 360 degrees at 6 knots.
U.S Naval Observatory sun and moon data for January 13, 2005, states that sunset occurred at 1719 and the end of civil twilight occurred at 1747.