On March 30, 2005 at 1615 eastern standard time, a Cessna 152, N714TK, registered to and operated by Long Aviation collided with a berm at Goose Creek Airport, North Carolina. The training flight was operated under the provision of Title 14 CFR Part 91 with no flight plan filed. Visual Meteorological conditions prevailed at the time of the accident. The airplane was substantially damaged and the student pilot was uninjured. The flight departed Monroe, North Carolina March 30, 2005 at 1600. Use your browsers 'back' function to return to synopsisReturn to Query Page
According to the pilot, while returning from a cross-country flight, he established an approached to runway 4 at Goose Creek Airport for a full-stop landing. During the landing roll, the airplane veered off the right side of the runway 4 and collided with a berm. The pilot did not report any mechanical or flight control malfunction prior to the accident.
Examination of the airplane revealed that the airplane came to rest approximately 1800 feet from the approach end of runway 4. The right stabilizer was broken off from the empennage. The right wing tip was buckled, and the nose wheel was buckled under the fuselage.