Accident at MANITOU MB (CKG5)


2003-04-25: The pilot of C-GBOO, a Grumman G164 crop duster, was on a ferry flight from St. John Baptiste to Manitou and was conducting a planned landing on a rural service road. The aircraft started to drift to the left on the road and entered a ditch. The pilot attempted a go-around and the a/c went through the ditch into a field, where it flipped over. RCMP were notified by people at the scene. The pilot was reported to have experienced minor injuries. TSB reported that The Grumman G-164B, C-GBOO, was flown from the sprayer base at St-Jean Baptiste, MB, to Manitou for painting. To reach the paint shop the pilot landed on a rural service road passing by the shop. Reportedly, on landing the aircraft began to drift into the ditch on the left of the road. The pilot applied power but hit the ditch and crashed in the adjacent field. The aircraft rolled over; however, the pilot received only minor injuries.


CADORS Number 2003C0508
Occurrence Type Accident
Reported By NAV CANADA
Occurred At 2003-04-24 - 18:04
Day or Night? Day-time
Fatalities 0
Injuries 1
Aerodrome ID CKG5
Aerodrome Name MANITOU MB (CKG5)
Geographic Location Manitoba, Canada, North America, Prairie and Northern Region, Vicinity of Manitou
TSB Occurrence Number A03C0096
TSB Class of Investigation Class 5
AOR Number 28853
Reported By NAV CANADA
Categories Loss of control - inflight,Loss of control - ground,Controlled flight into or toward terrain,Abnormal runway contact

Aircraft Details (1 aircraft)

Type Aeroplane
 Silhouette image of Aeroplane
Canadian Registration GBOO | Flightaware (Registration) | Flightaware (Tracking) | AvHerald
Foreign Registration
Country of Registration Canada
Occurrence Type Accident
Operator K.B.W. AVIATION LTD. (11400) Commercial
Model G 164B
Year Built 1976
Engine Type Reciprocating
Engine Model R-1340-AN-1
Gear Type Land
Private No
Amateur Built No
Flight Number
Flight Rule
CARS Subpart
Phase of Flight Landing
Damage Substantial
Fatalities 0
Injuries 1
Events Roll over,Collision with terrain,Loss of control - inflight,Propeller/rotor strike

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