The pilot reported that during the landing roll on runway 23, he applied brakes to slow but his left foot slipped off the brake while the right foot was still on the brake causing the airplane to veer right. He attempted to straighten out the plane by applying left rudder but was unable and the airplane traveled off the runway and collided with a fence and a ditch. He further stated at the time of the accident, the wind was from the south at about 5-10 knots, with wind gusts of 5-10 knots and light turbulence. No mechanical failure was reported by the pilot. The accident flight was the pilot’s second flight test in the accident aircraft.
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Posted By: Brett FerrellFriday January 21st, 2005 at 2:23 PM
Categories: Accidents Tags: 2005 Accident Daytona Beach FL N121HS Non-Fatal RG SE Swarthout Velocity