ANC06CA106
ANC06CA106

The pilot was conducting a personal cross-country flight under Title 14, CFR Part 91, and landing on a grass airstrip. According to the pilot, on short final she felt she was landing short, and elected to go-around. She reported that by the time she applied power for the go-around, the tail of the airplane was "already in tall grass." She said the airplane failed to climb, and a wind from the west blew the airplane off the airstrip and into more tall grass where the airplane continued to settle, and impacted the ground. The pilot said the airplane sustained structural damage to the fuselage, horizontal stabilizer, and rudder.

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