Forced Landing in Single-engine Piper

Thursday, September 4, 2008
By George Hatcher

What: single-engine four-seat Piper registered to Tri Radial Flyers, of Tiverton en route from T.F. Green Airport to New Hampshire
Where: crashed into some trees at the edge of the Schofield Farm. Rhode Island
When: about 8:30 am Sept 1
Who: pilot Barry Carroll, 58 was uninjured
Why: The plane experienced engine problems at 7,500 feet and the pilot could not make it the five miles back to the airport, so made a forced landing in the Schofield Farm field. On landing the plane’s left wing tip broke off.

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