ERA10CA069
ERA10CA069

The pilot of the special light sport airplane had completed an uneventful full-stop landing, and was conducting a second full-stop landing on the asphalt runway. During the landing flare, the left wing dropped slightly, and the airplane landed hard. The left main landing gear separated, the airplane veered off the left side of the runway, and came to rest on grass. Damage to the airplane included substantial damage to the horizontal stabilator. The pilot stated that he did not experience any mechanical malfunctions during the accident. He reported 162 hours of total flight experience, which included 51 hours in the same make and model as the accident airplane. The wind was reported as calm about the time of the accident.

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