CHI06CA156
CHI06CA156

The airplane contacted the terrain following a loss of directional control while landing. The pilot reported that while touching down on runway 31, a "burst" of wind from the left pushed the airplane to the right side of the runway. The pilot reported he added full left rudder, aileron, and power in an attempt to perform an aborted landing. The pilot stated the airplane did not gain sufficient altitude during the aborted landing. The airplane came to rest upon contacting vegetation along the side of the runway. Wind conditions reported 49 miles away at 1456 were from 230 degrees at 8 knots. The pilot reported the local winds were from 220 degrees at 10 knots. The density altitude at the time of the accident was approximately 3,000 feet.

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