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ASN Wikibase Occurrence # 89600
Last updated: 26 May 2021
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Type:Silhouette image of generic SV4 model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different
Stampe SV.4
Owner/operator:Club d'Aviateurs de Bruxelles/Brussels
Registration: OO-ANK
Fatalities:Fatalities: 1 / Occupants: 1
Other fatalities:0
Aircraft damage: Written off (damaged beyond repair)
Location:Evere -   Belgium
Phase: Unknown
Departure airport:
Destination airport:
About the crash with the SV-4 OO-ANK, where Baron Antoine de Montpellier de Vedrin was killed, reported De Standaard: "Due to an unknown cause, the device fell on the merits, and caught on fire, the pilots did. they found charred in the wreck.

Relates to an eyewitness, the young Montpellier in the pilot flying to retrieve his license for tourist flyer. To this end, he had five times in the air an eight forms. In the corners of those eight, one must turn very sharply, so much so that the machine is very time skew. Now, when it hang crooked exceeds an angle of 45 , something is changing in the forward: the depth rudder rudder and vice versa, so that one must keep abreast with the foot control rather than manual control.

Most likely, the young pilot severely affected confused by this change occurs suddenly, with the result that he has placed on his back, a half-circle motion made in verticals direction to then fall to pieces in a dive to the ground, with the result that we know.

It is the first time since there is a flying school in our country, which suffers an accident at one of the student-pilot. "



Revision history:

27-Jan-2011 12:52 ThW Added
16-Dec-2014 09:33 Lucky Luke Updated [Date, Registration]
16-Dec-2014 20:26 harro Updated [Operator]
22-Nov-2016 23:22 Dr.John Smith Updated [Nature, Source, Narrative]

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