Incident at SAINT JOHN NB (CYSJ) (Incursion - runway - animal)
2005-09-30: Aerodrome Safety Update: Coyote sightings are quite rare in recent years. Routine field patrols and fence inspections are conducted in an attempt to ensure this type of incident does not occur.
2005-09-29: JZA8685, Bombardier RJ100, enroute from Saint John (CYSJ) to Toronto (CYYZ) struck and killed a coyote as the aircraft departed Runway 23. Strike was at the 3,800-4,000 ft. mark. Aircraft was still in flight at time of occurrence filing - damage to aircraft unknown. Message regarding coyote strike relayed to aircraft through Montreal ACC. TSB Case Closed.
2005-09-30: TSB Update: A05A0131: The aircraft struck and killed a coyote just before reaching V1 during take off from Runway 23 at Saint John, NB. The crew advised FSS of the strike. There were no abnormal indications and the flight continued uneventfully to Toronto. The aircraft was inspected and no damage was found from the incident.
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