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Narrative: Sustained unknown damage 14 January 2006 when collided with a Cri-Cri ultralight (F-PHMN). The Cessna pilot instructor was conducting VFR traffic circuits with a student. The Cri-cri pilot was climbing for a VFR local flight. Three controllers are present at the tower: controller ground around local controller and assistant controller tower the local controller tower and the assistant controller tower.
At 13 h 32 min 16, the Cessna announced on final for runway 10 while Cri-cri is at break point. At 13 h 32 min 24, the Cri-cri authorized by the tower controller to line up and wait and be ready for immediate departure. At 13 h 32 min 44, a tail-dragger aircraft completes its working after landing and left the runway 10 via taxiway taxiway. At 13 h 32 min 53, the controller cleared the pilot of Cricri for immediate takeoff. At 13 h 32 min 58, the controller asked a go around the Cessna pilot. At 13 h 33 min 21, the two aircraft collide over the track while Cri-cri performs the initial climb steep. The Cessna propeller severs the Cricri, it crashes to the threshold of runway 28, killing the pilot At 13:33.41, the Cessna pilot landed on runway 23.