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N6JR Premier 390A crash at Oshkosh . . .

Old 28th Jul 2010, 00:38
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N6JR Premier 390A crash at Oshkosh . . .

Rousch Racing Raytheon Premier 1A is being reported as crashed on landing at Oshkosh, aircraft broke in two?? News just breaking on this now.

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Old 28th Jul 2010, 01:18
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Jack Roush Crashes Plane In Wisconsin

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Old 28th Jul 2010, 02:30
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Well, I believe that this is the first really broken Premier fuselage.
Good that they walked away!!
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Old 28th Jul 2010, 13:45
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I seem to remember the Blackbushe Premier crash was a split fuselage, as well as separated wings......
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http://www.baaa-acro.com/Photos-24/N200PR-1.jpg

http://www.aaib.gov.uk/cms_resources...le=/N200PR.pdf
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Old 28th Jul 2010, 14:52
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I did not know about Blackbushe so I'll note that it is the first US buggered fuselage.
There is a major join in the area where it came apart.
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Added note after seeing Robbreid post.
Now I remember the Blackbushe accident, so this one at OSH will be the first 1A .
They do seem to have addressed the earlier problems with the lift/dump configuration of late.
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Old 28th Jul 2010, 15:20
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it was a loud thump,, glad they both are ok
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NASCAR Team Owner -- The Moment He Lost Control | TMZ.com
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Old 29th Jul 2010, 11:41
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Hope I'm not being ageist..

..but dear ol Jack is nudging 70.... and operating a twinjet (even a Premier) can demand a certain level of awareness, currency and all-round competence. 2 write-offs in 8 years? Well he can surely afford a personal/company pilot. Glad he walked away all the same. bm.
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Old 29th Jul 2010, 14:27
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More here, for the sensitive types, a lot of blood.....

Jack Roush Crash - Jason McDowell Aviation Photography- powered by SmugMug
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ROUSH - confirms he lost his left eye in accident, "I think it's very likely that I'll be able to fly. I've got to get recovered. I have to go through my recovery. Wiley Post was a one-eyed pilot and there's no restriction. Maybe if you're an airline pilot you can't have one eye, but there's not a reason why I can't fly with one eye."

Jack Roush confirms he lost his left eye in plane wreck | The Center of Sports
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"ROUSH - confirms he lost his left eye in accident, 'I think it's very likely that I'll be able to fly. I've got to get recovered. I have to go through my recovery. Wiley Post was a one-eyed pilot and there's no restriction. Maybe if you're an airline pilot you can't have one eye, but there's not a reason why I can't fly with one eye.' "

A number of demonstrated-ability airline pilots including captains are flying Par 121.
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With two write-offs, the insurance company may have more to say than the FAA and the docs.

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NTSB Preliminary Report states they are in possession of a video of the accident.

http://www.ntsb.gov/ntsb/GenPDF.asp?id=CEN10FA443&rpt=p
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Well, the guy who took it probably won't see the tape again. I'm still waiting for mine after filming the P.51 collision in 2007!!!. I don't actually want the crash bit, but would like the rest!.
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Photos of crash in sequence;

http://cache.gawker.com/assets/image...010/08/500.gif

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Roush Crash pictures by cholubaz - Photobucket
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Crikey, that 140 was lucky !!!!!
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