Accident at BRAMPTON-CALEDON ON (CNC3)
2008-12-18: UPDATE Supplemental information received from T.S.B. Final Report (Synopsis): The aircraft was on a visual flight rules (VFR) flight from Toronto (LBPIA) (CYYZ) to Brampton Airport (CNC3) to pick up a passenger. The flight from Toronto to Brampton was uneventful; the pilot selected full flaps for landing and the aircraft was on approach to runway 33 at an indicated airspeed of 110 to 120 knots (KIAS). To compensate for the right cross-wind, the pilot applied right aileron and left rudder control inputs during the approach. During the flare, the pilot experienced some light to moderate turbulence which he quickly corrected for and continued with the landing. After touchdown, the aircraft began to drift towards the right side of the runway and the pilot attempted to correct the aircraft heading using left rudder. The aircraft continued drifting to the right and exited the side of the runway. The pilot moved his hand to advance the throttles forward and abort the landing but the nosewheel exited the pavement and collapsed and the aircraft slid to a stop on its nose.
1993-05-07: C414 CHANCELLOR VEN C-GMEL - RAN OFF RIGHT SIDE OF RWY 33 ON LANDING ROLL. NOSE GEAR COLLAPSED, DAMAGING NOSE GEAR & PROPS. NO INJURIES. NIL OPS IMPACT. TIME - 1951Z. ACTION - PAX PAH TSB.
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