2003-04-29: The pilot of CF-JVO, a Cessna 180, called 18 NM southeast of Prince Albert at 2215Z and received an arrival advisory for Runway 26. The a/c landed at 2223Z and the pilot later advised that 'a gust of wind dipped the left wing'. The a/c ground-looped, the left main tire failed and the aircraft came to rest on it's nose. The aircraft sustained substantial damage and spilled fuel. AFF and Airport Authority advised and on the scene. Runway 26 was NOTAMed closed until theaircraft removed. Runway 26 was re-opened at 0006Z. The pilot was not injured. TSB reported that the privately-registered Cessna 180, C-FJVO
, was landing at Prince Albert, SK. Reportedly, the wind was a strong, gusty cross-wind from the right. During the landing rollout as the pilot lowered the tail, the aircraft dipped to the left because of a wind gust from the right. The left main landing gear rim and tire failed and the pilot lost directional control. The aircraft ground looped and came to rest on the runway on its nose, incurring substantial damage. A fuel leak occurred and AFF responded. The pilot was not injured.