Accident Cirrus SR20 G3 N99EC, 24 Jan 2023
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ASN Wikibase Occurrence # 306189
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Type:Silhouette image of generic SR20 model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different    
Cirrus SR20 G3
Owner/operator:99EC Holding LLC
Registration: N99EC
MSN: 2307
Fatalities:Fatalities: 1 / Occupants: 1
Other fatalities:0
Aircraft damage: Written off (damaged beyond repair)
Location:Indianapolis, IN -   United States of America
Phase: En route
Departure airport:Indianapolis Executive Airport, IN (KTYQ)
Destination airport:Indianapolis Executive Airport, IN (KTYQ)
Investigating agency: NTSB
Confidence Rating: Information verified through data from accident investigation authorities
On January 24, 2023, about 1539 eastern standard time, a Cirrus SR20 airplane, N99EC, was destroyed when it was involved in an accident near Indianapolis, Indiana. The pilot sustained fatal injuries. The airplane was being operated as a Code of Federal Regulations Part 91 personal flight.

According to automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast data (ADS-B), the airplane departed the Indianapolis Executive Airport, Indianapolis, Indiana, about 1526. After takeoff, the airplane turned left, climbed to about 1,000 ft above ground level, and continued to the southeast past downtown Indianapolis. South of downtown and near the end of the data, the airplane made a 360° left turn and began a rapid descent (see Figure 1.). A residential surveillance camera captured the impact sequence and showed the airplane impact in a nose and right-wing low attitude. There were no witnesses to the accident.

The airplane wreckage was located adjacent to a single railroad track and several residential homes. The initial impact point, which was consistent with the propeller, engine, forward fuselage, and both wings, was located about 20 ft from the main wreckage. The initial impact contained the propeller blades and fragmented sections of the forward fuselage. Fragmented sections of the fuselage, wings, and empennage were found in the debris forward of the main wreckage. The airplane damage was consistent with a high angle and high energy impact with terrain.

Postaccident examination of the airplane revealed no mechanical malfunctions that would have precluded normal operations.


NTSB (photo)



Revision history:

24-Jan-2023 22:15 Captain Adam Added
24-Jan-2023 23:08 Captain Adam Updated [Time, Aircraft type, Registration, Cn, Operator, Total occupants, Phase, Departure airport, Source, Narrative, Category]
25-Jan-2023 02:51 johnwg Updated [Time, Location, Nature, Destination airport, Source, Narrative, Category]
25-Jan-2023 09:00 harro Updated [Source, Embed code, Narrative, Category]
25-Jan-2023 09:24 RobertMB Updated [Aircraft type, Location, Source, Embed code, Narrative]
25-Jan-2023 09:28 RobertMB Updated [Aircraft type, Narrative]
25-Jan-2023 16:05 johnwg Updated [Source, Narrative, Category]
03-Feb-2023 19:36 Captain Adam Updated [Time, Location, Source, Narrative]

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