Accident at Brussels (4NM southeast)
1993-08-11: C185 C-FYGT - A/C ENGINE LOST POWER IN CRUISE FLIGHT & THE PILOT LANDED THE A/C IN A FIELD. A/C WAS SUBSTANTIALLY DAMAGED ON LANDING. 4 SOB. 1 RECEIVED MINOR INJURIES. TIME - 1220Z. ACTION - PAX PAH PAE.
2008-12-18: UPDATE Supplemental information received from T.S.B. Final Report (Synopsis): The pilot with three (3) passengers on board took off from Parry Sound, Ontario on a day Visual Flight Rules (VFR) flight to Sarnia, Ontario at 0705 EDT. The flight was conducted at 1,800 to 2,000 feet above sea level (ASL) because of low ceilings and reduced visibility in fog. In the vicinity of Brussels, Ontario, 75 nautical miles short of destination, the aircraft engine (Continental model IO-520-D) suddenly without warning stopped. The pilot turned left about 180 degrees and attempted to land the aircraft in an open field. The aircraft stalled and collided with a knoll in the field and came to rest in an inverted position. All four (4) occupants wearing seat belts escaped uninjured. It was determined that fuel exhaustion caused the engine to stop.
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