Freight Flight Nosegear Collapses

Friday, September 17, 2010
By George Hatcher


Contact photographer Bob Simmermon

What: Freight Runners Express Beech 1900C en route from Milwaukee,WI to Dayton,OH
Where: Milwaukee
When: Sep 16th 2010
Who: pilot
Why: The approach to Dayton was aborted when the pilot received an unsafe gear message. The pilot returned to Milwaukee, and entered a holding pattern while pilot and ACC attempted to solve technical issues.

On landing in Milwaukee, the nose gear collapsed. The plane was damaged, but the pilot was unharmed.

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