NYC08CA233
NYC08CA233

During its landing roll, a Cessna T182T veered off the side of a 2,942-foot long, 40-foot wide, asphalt runway. The airplane was substantially damaged when it struck a berm. According to witnesses, a thunderstorm had recently passed over the airport, and though no precipitation existed at the time of the accident, the runway was still wet from the storm. According to the pilot, after landing the airplane it began to hydroplane, and in order to "slow the aircraft down," he intentionally veered it off the runway.

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