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Cessna 172 mayday Ireland.

Old 12th Jul 2020, 13:57
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Cessna 172 mayday Ireland.

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More pics and data. Link in article to yesterday's report. Also on RTE,

It looks close to trees, and possibly just short of a fence. Said to be engine failure. Heavy landing due to obstacles??? Undercariage broken, one blade of 3-blade prop undamaged, one with tip broken off, possible without rotation.
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