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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Medpilot 2, Feb 10, 2004.
I have no idea where any of these happend
I believe this one happend at Boeing field. Student pilot in a C-152
Little bit of an over-run I'm guessing.
Good reminder not to land on frozen lakes.
Last one for now.
^5 ^5 ^5 ^5 ^5 very nice.
One of my favorites, I think it was a runaway plane that did the damage...
Same aircraft as above, just a different photo angle.
Runaway plane or suspected drug courier? I've HEARD that drugs were found in the cabin and more were suspected to be hidden throughout the airframe, leading to a "chainsaw search."
Just what I've HEARD. I hear a lot of things.
Gives a whole new meaning to the word FOD doesn't it.
This was for oops 2 by the way
They all look real expensive!!
about that letter that had to be written after each incident
"ahhhhh, dear boss, where should I begin........" ;Q
<a href="http://users.senet.com.au/~colton/Interesting_Stories.html">Here's</a> a story about what supposedly happened. Oops.
Or at least to use a low wing aircraft if you do.
I think that Airlink plane (oops3) happened in here in Memphis.
Well *I* heard that that chainsawed plane happened right up north at Jeffco....lady got PO'd at hubby for cheating or something and took a saw to his plane. Unverified by me, but ya never know.
I heard the same thing about the 'chainsaw' incident. The only problem here is that the story about the chainsaw is not true.
The aircraft that was sliced belongs to the University of South Australia (not a private individual), and if you look at the rear of the right engine in other pictures, you can see impact damage....not commensurate with what a chainsaw is capable of doing. Also, those cuts are too evenly spaced, and too neatly, vertically aligned.
A chainsaw chain would never survive that.