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March 21 - Today in NWA History!

2023.03.22 00:28 Old_Echidna3720 March 21 - Today in NWA History!

Going to start a new daily series here.
1897 - NWA Hall of Famer and founder of EMLL (CMLL) Salvador Lutteroth is born.
1941 - Former NWA United States Tag Team, American Tag Team and 2X Americas Six Man Tag Team champion Mike York is born.
1951 - Former 2X American Tag Team Champion Buck Zumhofe is born. NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Lou Thesz successfully retains the championship against Mighty Atlas in Des Moines, IA.
1952 - NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Lou Thesz successfully retains the championship against Bobby Managoff in St. Louis, MO.
1953 - On an NWA sanctioned event, the AWA World Heavyweight Championship (Boston) is successfully retained by Argentina Rocca defeating the Great Scott in two straight falls in Struthers, OH. Mildred Burke successfully defends the NWA World Women's championship against Cora Combs in Trenton, NJ. In Decatur, IL - Lou Thesz wins 2 falls to 1 with Bill Melby to retain the Worlds Heavyweight Championship
1955 - NWA United States Heavyweight Champion Verne Gagne successfully defends his title against Roy McClarity in New York, NY.
1957 - NWA World Tag Team (Western States) champions Dory Funk & Rip Rogers lose the belts to Dizzy Davis & The Great Bolo in Amarillo, TX. NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Lou Thesz goes to a Time Limit Draw with The Zebra Kid in Indianapolis, IN. NWA World Tag Team champions (San Francisco) the Bailargeon Brothers goes 2 straight falls (one via DQ) to defeat Al Castillo & Ben Sharpe. NWA British Empire Heavyweight Champion Pat O'Connor retains his belt against Dick Hutton in Toronto, ON, Canada.
1961 - NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Pat O'Connor goes to a Double Count Out in Fall 3 of a 2/3 falls match with Dory Dixon to retain the championship in Dallas, TX. NWA United States Heavyweight Champion Buddy Rogers retains his belt in a match against Sweet Daddy Siki. The Fabulous Kangaroos have a double DQ affair with Art Thomas & Johnny Valentine to retain the NWA United States Tag Team championships in New York City, NY.
1963 - Bulldog Brower & Johnny Valentine successfully defend the NWA International Tag Team championships against Bruno Sammartino & Gene Kiniski. Dory Funk Jr. wins a $2,000 One Night Tournament in Amarillo, TX. NWA World Tag Team Champions (Southwest) Rip Hawk & Rock Hunter lose the belts to The Kozak Brothers in Austin, TX.
1965 - Lou Thesz successfully defends the Worlds Heavyweight tiel against Mike DiBiase in Phoenix, AZ. Billy Watson successfully defends the NWA British Empire Heavyweight Championship against Gene Kiniski via DQ in Toronto, ON, Canada.
1966 - Gene Kiniski and Lou Thesz wrestle a best of three falls match for Kiniski's World Championship, which ends in a draw in Memphis, TN.
1968 - NWA World Tag Team Champions (Western States) Karl & Kurt Von Brauner successfully defend in a Texas Death Tag Match against Dory Funk Sr. and Dory Funk Jr. in Amarillo, TX. Meanwhile, in Chattanooga, TN the NWA World Tag Team Champions (Mid-America/Gulas-Welch) Len Rossi & Tomayo Soto lose their belts to The Mighty Yankees. The Shiek retains the US Heavyweight Championship against Alex Perez in Toledo, OH.
1969 - Dory Funk Jr. retains his NWA Worlds Heavyweight championship in a 2/3 falls over Don Greene in Knoxville, TN. Fred Blassie wins the NWA Americas Heavyweight championship over the Shiek in Los Angeles, CA.
1970 - Former NWA National Tag Team Champion Franker Parker is born. Big card in Detroit, all successful title defenses. The Texas Outlaws are successful to keep their World Tag Team championships over Ben Justice & The Stomper, Dory Funk Jr. retains the Worlds Championship over Hans Schmidt and in the main event, The Shiek retains his United States Heavyweight championship when Haystack Calhoun gets DQ'd!
1971 - Baron Von Heisinger & John Tolos retain their belts against Danny Little Bear & Pat O'Connor in Cedar Rapids, IA.
1972 - Former NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Chris Candido was born. Dory Funk Jr. defends the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship against Dick Steinborn in a 2/3 falls match in Savannah, GA. The Fabulous Kangaroos retain their World Tag Team Titles after getting disqualified against Ben Justice & The Stomper in Cincinatti, OH.
1973 - NWA American Heavyweight Champion The Missouri Mauler successfully defends his championship against Ricky Hunter in San Antonio, TX.
1974 - The AWA World Tag Team Championships are defended in an NWA sanctioned event in Corpus Christi, TX - The Blackjacks defeat Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens, but Bockwinkel & Stevens retain via DQ.
1975 - The Anderson (Gene & Ole) retain the NWA World Tag Team champions via a DQ win over Sonny King & Wahoo McDaniel in Richmond, VA.
1977 - Greg Valentine & Ric Flair successfully defend the NWA World Tag Team championships against Johnny Weaver & Rufus R. Jones in Greenville, SC.
1978 - Ric Flair & Greg Valentine successfully retain the NWA World Tag Team championships after going Broadway with Paul Jones & Ricky Steamboat in Columbia, SC. Johnny Weaver retains the NWA Television title against Baron von Raschke in Raleigh, NC. Possible Footage Here?
1979 - NWA United States Tag Team Champions The Angel & The Assassin are disqualified in a match against Jerry Stubbs & Mike Sharpe in Baton Rouge, LA.
1980 - Jay Youngblood & Ricky Steamboat defend the tag team championships against Greg Valentine & Ray Stevens in Charleston, SC. Harley Race goes to a Double DQ with Leo Burke in Calgary, AB, Canada to retain the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship.
1981 - Harley Race successfully defends the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship against Ted DiBiase in St. Petersburg, FL.
1982 - Butch Reed defeats Ric Flair in Orlando, FL after a disqualification. Flair successfully retains the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship! NWA Television Champion Ivan Koloff walks out of a match against Jimmy Valiant and is counted out! He retains the belt in Toronto, ON, Canada but suffers the loss on his record! Ole Anderson & Stan Hansen successfully retain the tag belts against Dusty Rhodes & Ray Stevens in Greensboro, NC.
1983 - Terry Adonis & Timothy Flowers defeat Dean Ho & Moondog Moretti for the vacant NWA International Tag Team Championships and Igor Volkoff wins the NWA Canadian Heavyweight Championship off of Moose Morowski in Vancouver, BC, Canada. NWA World Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Sgt. Slaughter walk out of a tag team cage match against Jay Youngblood & Ricky Steamboat, successfully retaining the tag belts in Greenville, SC.- Ric Flair defeats Harley Race in Wichita, KS to retain the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship.
1986 - The Midnight Express successfully defend their NWA World Tag Team championships in a 2/3 falls match against the Rock 'n' Roll Express 2-1 in Huntington, WV. Tim Horner wins the NWA US Junior Heavyweight championship, defeating Tom Pritchard in Knoxville, TN.
1987 - Lazer Tron successfully defends his NWA World Junior Heavyweight championship against Denny Brown in Cincinatti, OH. In Chicago, Tully Blanchard defeats Dusty Rhodes via DQ to retain his World Television championship. The Road Warriors defeat NWA Tag Team Champions Manny Fernandez & Rick Rude, via DQ allowing the heels to retain. Ric Flair and Nikita Koloff fight to a double DQ for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship allowing the Nature Boy to walk out of Chicago still the World Champ.
1991 - Tatsumi Fujinami defeats Ric Flair for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion at the WCW/NJPW Supershow inside the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan. Watch here
2001 - David Flair & Dan Factor defeat Bad Attitude for the NWA World Tag Team championships in Athens, GA.
2009 - Mike DiBiase Jr. wins a 2/3 falls match to retain the NWA North American Heavyweight Championship against Kevin Northcutt, 2-1 in Livingston, TX. Phil Shatter successfuly retains is NWA National Heavyweight Championship against Orion Bishop in Cornelia, GA.
2014 - NWA Inferno Card in Millersville, TN sees two NWA championships defended: Jason Kincaid (NWA Southern Heavyweight) and Jeremiah Plunkett (NWA Television) both are successful. Kahagas successfully defens the NWA North American championship against Bryon Wilcott in Sherman, TX via DQ.
2015 - Hiroyoshi Tenzan successfully defends the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship against Satoshi Kojima at NJPW Road to Invasion Attack Day 1 in Nagoya, Aichi, Japan. Killah successfully retains the NWA Australian Championship against Gangrel at AAW Anniversary IX in Rockingham, Western Australia, Australia. Mandatory Link to Gangrel's Entrance.
2021 - NWA Back for Attack is held in Atlanta, GA. The Pope retains the NWA Television Championship after drawing with Thom Latimer, Trevor Murdoch retains the NWA National Championship defeating Chris Adonis and Nick Aldis successfully retains the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship against Aron Stevens.
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2023.03.04 15:04 gd123lbp List of All Pro Shot Footage of Elvis

Professional Footage Collection From these old websites:
https://web.archive.org/web/20050523100846/http://www.elvis-express.com/footage.html
http://elvis-tkc.com/forum2/index.php?showtopic=3104&pid=28842&mode=threaded&start=#entry28842
Author: Elvis Collector
The following is a list of professionally filmed footage that during researching the subject, I have found to exist in the vaults of EPE (from the original collection of Col Tom Parker) or in the hands of private collectors around the world.
This list has been compiled after years of searching and researching with the TV companies, Private Collectors and band members who remember TV or film cameras being present. Each of the listings have been confirmed to exist by at least 4 different sources.
This is not intended to be the ultimate information on this matter but simply a guide to let the fans know just what else is out there, waiting to be released.
March 05 1955, The Louisiana Hayride TV Show
March 14 1955, The Town & Country Jubilee
March 19 1955, The Grand Prize Saturday Night Jamboree
May 25 1955, The Meridian Mississippi Parade
May 31 1955, The Roy Orbison Show
June ? 1955, Lubbock Fair Park (Colour)
October 20 1955, Cleveland Brooklyn High School (Colour) (This was filmed by Universal Pictures)
March 26 to 28 1956 - PARAMOUNT STUDIO SCREEN TEST "The Rainmaker" + "Blue Suede Shoes" (Colour)
April 23 TO May 06 1956 - The New Frontier, Las Vegas At least one complete show was filmed
May 15 1956 - Ellis Auditorium, Memphis.
July 04 1956 - Russwood Park, Memphis (Colour)
July 12 to 16 1956 - Candid Footage Filmed in Biloxi, Mississippi (Colour)
September 26 1956 - Tupelo Mississippi Fairground
October 11 to 13 1956 - Candid Footage Filmed at Eddie Fadals Home (Colour)
November 25 1956 = Louisville, Kentucky Local Louiseville TV Show
December 15 1956 - Louisiana Hayride Show and Backstage Footage (Colour and B/W)
December 31 1956 - The Holiday Hop This was for Dewey Philips TV Show "POP SHOP"
April 01 1957 - Buffalo, NY. The Memorial Auditorium
April 02 1957 - Toronto, Canada Local Toronto TV Show
March 28 1957 - Chicago Police filmed the whole show at the Chicago Amphitheater
September 20 1957 - Memphis, Tennessee Appeared on WKNO TV to promote driver education
June 20th to 29th 1968 - NBC At least 6 hours of out-takes from the NBC TV Special
June 24th & 25th 1968 - NBC Home movie footage of Elvis jamming in his dressing room
January & February 1969 - Memphis Footage of Elvis recording at the American Studios in Memphis
July 31st 1969 - Las Vegas Approximately 12 to 15 minutes of this performance was filmed by NBC. Although it is rumoured that the bootleg release of this show is taken from film footage which would indicate the whole show was filmed (unconfirmed).
August 5th 1969 - Las Vegas From my sources, it appears that only 3 to 5 songs were filmed from this show.
February 17th, 18th 1970 - Las Vegas There were THREE complete concerts filmed over 2 days + one rehearsal
February 27th 1970 - Houston Astrodome The Opening show was filmed in it's entirety
July 14 1970 - MGM stage 1 Culver city (Rehearsal) * July 29 1970 - MGM stage 1 Culver city (Rehearsal) * August 4 1970 - Las Vegas International hotel press conference room (Rehearsal) * August 6/7 1970 - Las Vegas International hotel showroom (Rehearsal) * August 10 1970 - Las Vegas International hotel showroom (Rehearsal) *
August 10 1970 - Las Vegas International hotel Opening Show + After Show party * August 11 1970 - Las Vegas International hotel DS * August 11 1970 - Las Vegas International hotel MS * August 12 1970 - Las Vegas International hotel DS * August 12 1970 - Las Vegas International hotel MS * August 13 1970 - Las Vegas International hotel DS * August 14 1970 - Las Vegas International hotel DS * August 15 1970 - Las Vegas International hotel DS * September 9 1970 - Phoenix Veteran memorial coliseum *
August 9th 1971 - Las Vegas At least 7 performances were filmed during this concert
November 10th 1971 - Boston M.A. This show was filmed in it's entirety
January 26th 1972 - Las Vegas 2 Cameras filmed Elvis' opening night
** Filming for MGM's "Elvis On Tour"
March 30 1972 - RCA Hollywood studio ** Filmed with MGM film cameras
March 31 1972 - RCA Hollywood studio ** Filmed with MGM film cameras
April 05 1972 - Buffalo N.Y Hotel conference room ** Filmed with MGM film cameras
April 05 1972 (8:30 pm). - Buffalo, NY. ** Filmed using a mobile video camera
April 9 1972 - Hampton, VA. (2 concerts) ** Filmed with MGM film cameras
April 10 1972 (8:30 pm) - Richmond, VA ** Filmed with MGM film cameras
April 13 1972 (8:30 pm). - Charlotte, NC. ** Filmed with MGM film cameras
April 14 1972. (8:30 pm). - Greensboro, NC. ** Filmed with MGM film cameras
April 16 1972. - Jacksonville, FL. (2 concerts) ** + after show filmed with MGM film cameras
April 18 1972. (8:30 pm) - San Antonio, TX. ** Filmed with MGM film cameras
June 09 1972 - Madison Square Garden, NY There is approximately 40 minutes of professional footage
November 18 1972 - The H.I.C. Arena, Honolulu, Hawaii At least 4 songs were filmed during this show
January 26 1973 - Las Vegas A minimum of 7 songs from this concert is on film and in the hands of a collector
May 11 1974 - The Forum, L.A. The evening show was filmed in it's entirety
March 20 1974 - Midsouth Coliseum, Memphis, Tn 2 cameras filmed this show. Camera 1 caught only the first 8 minutes but Camera 2 captured an estimated 95% of the entire concert.
May 05 1975 - State Fair Coliseum, Jackson Ms Local TV filmed backstage and parts of this benefit concert for the victims of the Tornado that hit Jackson, Mississippi.
July 13 1975 - Convention Center, Niagara Falls, NY. New York TV cameras filmed at least 4 songs from this show
November 30 1976 - Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA 2 mobile video cameras on tripods caught this entire show on film
June 17 1977 - Southwest Mo. State Univ, Springfield, MO CBS used 2 mobile video cameras for this performance in preparation for the full camera crew.
June 19 1977 - Omaha Civic Center. Omaha, NE. CBS filmed before, during and after this concert
June 21 1977 - Mount Rushmore, Rapid City, SD. CBS filmed before, during and after this concert
June 26 1977 - Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, IN. The CBS camera team filmed Elvis' final concert of this tour on 2 cameras, around 20 minutes this footage are in the EPE archives and a full copy of the show is in privates hands.
June ?? 1977 - Graceland (unconfirmed) One collector says that he has footage of Elvis sitting by the pool at Graceland being interviewed by the CBS team.
I hope that you have enjoyed this list and your mouth is watering at the knowledge that this footage all exists out there and is just waiting to be released to the fans around the world.
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2023.02.20 06:31 Born_Invite9130 I found out where Jeremy ended up

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I was looking to buy my first car and i was thinking about this BMW 530i. Should i go for it or should i just go for the safer option which is a toyota avalon
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2022.09.21 19:15 Nemacolin Mass Killings in the US (2014)

2014
1) 16 January 2014 Spanish Fork UT, 5 killed
2) 30 January 2014 (bodies discovered) Cypress TX, 4 killed (shot) (https://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/dna-leads-arrest-2014-killing-houston-family-89902360)
3) 3 February 2014 Cypress TX, 4 killed
4) 6 February 2014 Defiance OH, 4 dead
5) 9 February 2014 Diamond Bar CA 6 killed (vehicular homicide/DUI) (https://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/Four-Dead-After-Wrong-244620001.html) (https://abc7chicago.com/dui-driver-sentenced-for-crash-that-killed-sister-best-friend-family-of-4/4846635/)
6) 20 February 2014 Indianapolis IN, 4 killed
7) 20 February 2014 Alturas, CA, 4 killed
8) 24 February 2014 Glade Springs VA 4 killed
9) 26 February 2014 Oak Lawn IL, 4 killed.
10) 13 March 2014 Austin TX 4 killed (vehicular homicide) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_by_Southwest#2014)
11) 2 April 2014 Fort Hood, TX, 4 killed
12) 3 May 2014 Jonesboro AK 4 killed
13) 23 May 2014 Isla Vista CA 7* killed (multiple) (http://murderpedia.org/male.rodger-elliot.htm)
14) 9 May 2014 Tampa FL 4 killed
15) 9 May 2014 Pomona, CA 4 killed
16) 23 May 2014 Isla Vista CA 6* killed (Multiple) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rampage_killers_(Americas))
17) 24 May 2014 Goleta, CA, 7 killed
18) 8 June 2014 San Carlos Park, FL, 5 killed
19) 16 June, 2014 Chesterfield County, VA, 4 killed
20) 9 July 2014 Spring, TX, 6 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.H/h/haskell-ronald-lee.htm)
21) 27 July 2014 Saco ME, 5 killed
22) 4 August 2014, Culpeper, VA 5 killed
23) 23 August 2014 Long Island NY, 5* killed (DWI/reckless driving) (https://www.thespreadit.com/5-killed-in-new-york-30890/)
24) 28 August 2014 Hudson FL, 4 killed (shot) (http://www.tampabay.com/news/courts/criminal/Adam-Matos-guilty-in-brutal-Hudson-quadruple-murder_162703407)
25) 28 August 2014 Red Bank SC 5 killed (strangulation) (https://www.thestate.com/news/local/crime/article230515999.html)
26) 31 August 2014, Elmhurst IL 4 killed
27) 3 September 2014, Greenville SC 4 killed (vehicular homicide/DUI) (https://www.postandcourier.com/greenville/4-elderly-people-killed-in-head-on-crash-in-greenville-county/article_8f0b0a9e-f5cb-11ea-a5c3-7be9a6def9a0.html)
28) 18 September 2014, Bell, FL 8* killed (shot) (https://www.cbsnews.com/news/murder-suicide-in-rural-florida-kills-8/)
29) c. 27 September 2014, Springville UT 5 killed (https://www.cbsnews.com/news/death-of-5-family-members-in-utah-has-no-answers-so-fa)
30) 8 October 2014, Richmond VA 4 killed
31) 10 October 2014 Oxen Hills MD 5 killed (vehicular homicide/DUI) (https://www.berniesez.com/9-worst-drunk-driving-accidents-of-all-time/)
32) 24 October 2014, Marysville WA 5 killed (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marysville_Pilchuck_High_School_shooting)
33) 15 November 2014, LaPorte TX, 4 killed (“knowingly violating requirements of federal safety regulations and negligently releasing an extremely hazardous substance ”) (https://www.click2houston.com/news/local/2021/01/19/dupont-former-employee-federally-charged-in-deadly-2014-chemical-release-that-killed-4-officials-say/)
34) 21 November 2014, Cleveland OH, 4 killed
35) 21 November 2014, Tabernacle NJ, 4 killed (shot) (https://6abc.com/tabernacle-shooting-burlington-county-new-jersey-multiple/403766/)
36) 21 November 2014 Laporte TX, 4 killed (poisoned) (https://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/Feds-Safety-deficiencies-led-to-2014-incident-14047547.php)
37) 22 November 2014, Sisseton SD, 4 killed (shot) (http://csinewsnow.com/?p=59641)
38) 1 December 2014, Monongalia County, WV, 5* killed (shot) (https://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/cops-seek-truck-linked-3-shootings-morgantown-wv-area-article-1.2029081)
39) 15 December 2014, Montgomery County PA, 7* killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2014_Montgomery_County_shootings)
40) 24 December 2014 San Luis Obispo CA, 4 killed (vehicular homicide) (http://www.sanluisobispo.com/news/local/crime/article152681959.html)
41) 29 December 2014, Crowley TX, 4 killed
Total Incidents 41 Total killed 203
XX) ??August/September 2014, Bucyrus, OH, 4 killed (beaten) (http://fox8.com/2015/01/14/suspect-expected-to-make-plea-deal-in-bucyrus-murders/) NINE DAY SPREE…. DOES NOT COUNT
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2022.08.19 15:04 LoudestTable Today's edition of "y tho?"

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2022.08.14 00:09 phishy0314 [SETLIST THREAD] 08-13-2022 ~ ALPINE VALLEY, EAST TROY, WI

DOORS: 5:30PM, SHOW ~ 7:00PM CDT
ILL BE YOUR TOUR GUIDE THROUGH THE COSMOS...sorry... ALSO CAPS LOCK TONIGHT!
SET 1 (7:37 - 9:00): 1999¹(6), FLUFFHEAD²(23) -> SAW IT AGAIN (7), LEAVES (9) -> BACK ON THE TRAIN (6)> TASTE³ (8), PETRICHOR (16), THE SQUIRMING COIL (8)

SET 2 (9:35 - 10:46): BACKWARDS DOWN THE NUMBER LINE (14) > MAZE (10) > MR. COMPLETELY⁴ (14) -> ROGGAE (9), ABOUT TO RUN (6), WAVES (9) -> UNDERMIND⁵ (10)

ENCORE (END @ 10:57): BLAZE ON ⁶ (8)

¹LAST 1999 SHOW OPENER 12/31/1998
²REFERENCING ALPINE 07/24/1999 FLUFFHEAD (32)
³1999 TEASES
⁴CRAZY TRAIN TEASE
⁵TREY INTRODUCES BAND AND THANKS AUDIENCE
⁶FIRST TIME PLAYED AS ENCORE

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PRE SHOW JAMS
BRING ON THE NIGHT (LIVE)
YOSHIMI BATTLES THE PINK ROBOTS
SO LONELY
DUNE
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CHECK-INS

LAS CRUCES NM; BROOKLYN; ST. LOUIS UP IN HERRRRRE; FROM LOT; MIKE SIDE PAV; PA; PORTLAND, OREGON; GUANAJUATO, MEXICO; LOT EVERYONE IS VIBING; PORTLAND, OR!; NORTH AUGUSTA, SC; NJ; GREAT TASTE OF THE MIDWEST IN MADISON; ALBANY, NY; EN ROUTE TO VENUE; DELCO; ITHACA, NY; THE HOUSE IN MILWAUKEE; MEMPHIS; SOCAL; NASHVILLE; BAKERSFIELD, CA; ASTORIA QUEENS; NORCAL; OSAKA JAPAN; CLEVELAND, OHIO; LOS ANGELES, PAYETTE, ID; THE LAWN; PHOENIX, AZ; EUGENE, OR; CINCINNATI; UPSTATE NEW YORK; PYONGYANG; AUSTIN, TX; SYRACUSE, NY; ATLANTA, GA; CHUCKTOWN, SC; MEMPHIS; INDIANAPOLIS; SOUTH BOSTON; MISSOULA, MT; AKRON, OH; BIRMINGHAM, AL; BRIDGETON MAINE; MIDTOWN ATLANTA; BOOTHBAY HARBOR, ME; LOUISVILLE, KY; LAKE MICHIGAN; WALTHAM, MA; HAMMONASSETT BEACH SATE PARK IN MADISON; A FREEWAY IN LOS ANGELES; ANCHORAGE ALASKA; TAMPA; KIHEI, HI; SCRANTON, PA; ALBUQUERQUE, NM; SOUTHERN OHIO; RICHMOND, VA; DALLAS; PITTSFIELD, MA; TAMPA; WILLISTON, VT; MISHAWAKA, INDIANA; CENTRAL, MA; POLAND, ME; SW FLORIDA; RODCHESTER, NY; SALT LAKE CITYX3; RHODE ISLAND; RPV, CALIFORNIA; OKLAHOMA CITY, OK; SCHENECTADY, NY; SEWARD, ALASKA; GREENFIELD, MA; SEATLE; AT SHOW VIA LEAVENWORTH, WA; WENATCHEE;
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2022.07.16 15:20 HuskyPurpleDinosaur FWD Kia Sportage LX Hybrid Unavailable in the US?

I've been watching for a while on the build tool and autotrader, and it appears that while you can build a base model FWD LX Hybrid on the website, none have actually been exported to the US.
Anyone know the story behind that, and if they will merely be made later in the year?
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2022.07.11 04:44 Ok_Bit5838 Every Showbiz Pizza location to get Concept Unification

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Jacksonville FL (9820 Atlantic BLVD)
Tusla OK (7108 S Memorial Dr)
Overland Park KS (10510 Metcalf Lane)
West Des Monies IA (143 22nd Street)
Independence MO (4039 S Noland Rd)
Aurora CO (12293 E Liff ave)
New Orleans LA (3701 General DeGaulle Dr)
Darien IL (7409 Cass Ave)
Davenport IA (903 E Kimberly Rd)
Oklahoma City OK (7601 S Walker Ave)
Altamonte Springs FL (541 W Hwy 436)
Arvada CO (9301 Ralston Rd)
San Antonio TX (6874 Ingram Dr)
Metairie LA (7000 Veterans BLVD)
Huston TX (2220 FM 1960)
Huston TX (6760 Antoine Dr)
Englewood CO (1001 W Hampden Ave)
Orlando FL (7419 International Dr)
Baton Rouge LA (11324 Boardwalk Dr)
Huston TX (14637 Memorial Dr)
St Louis MO (2805 Target Dr)
Arlington Heights IL (995 W Dundee Rd)
Indianapolis IN (4910 W 38th St)
Cincinnati OH (8801 Coleraine Ave)
Miamisburg OH (30 Prestige Place)
Cedar Rapids IA (170 Collins Rd)
Pensacola FL (7350 Plantation Rd)
Jacksonville FL (6065 Youngerman Circle)
Cedar Falls IA (2915 McClain Dr)
Columbus OH (2484 Macwasy Ave)
Oklahoma City OK (6917 Expressway)
Austin TX (8038 Burnet Rd)
Fort Collins CO (105 W Prospect Rd)
Mobile AL (710 Downtowner Loop)
Columbus GA (3201 Macon Rd)
St Louis MO (7499 S Lindbergh Blvd)
Austin TX (502 W Ben White Blvd)
North Richland Hills TX (7935 Grapevine Hwy)
Springfield IL (2369 McArthur Ave)
Indianapolis (Castleton) IN (5501 E 82nd St)
Richardson TX (1235 E Belt Line Rd)
Fort Wayne IN (711 Coliseum Blvd)
Huston TX (7735 W Bellfort Ave)
Huntsville AL (1220 Jordan Lane)
Pasadena TX (154 Fairmont Pkwy)
Madison TN (2070 Gallatin Pike)
Southgate MI (15300 Toledo Rd)
Indianapolis IN (8109 E Washington St)
Omaha NE (225 N 76th St)
Madison WI (438 Grand Canyon Dr)
Agusta GA (3435 Wrightsboro Rd)
Arlington TX (3200 Justin's Dr)
Knoxville TN (7522 Kingston Pike)
Memphis TN (3649 Hickory Hill Rd)
Atlanta GA (2990 Cumberland Blvd)
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2022.05.28 21:21 assessment_bot [2 Fatal] [September 22 2012] PIPER PA-28R-180, Roanoke/ TX USA

NTSB Preliminary Narrative

HISTORY OF FLIGHT
On September 22, 2012, about 1330 central daylight time, a Piper PA-28R-180 airplane, N4567J, impacted trees and terrain approximately 800 feet south of the Northwest Regional Airport (F52), Roanoke, Texas. The commercial rated pilot and certificated flight instructor (CFI) were fatally injured and the airplane sustained substantial damage. The airplane was registered to and operated by a private individual under the provisions of 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 91 as a personal flight. Day visual meteorological conditions prevailed and no flight plan was filed. The flight was originating at the time of the accident.
Witnesses reported that the airplane departed runway 17; however, the takeoff roll was noticeably longer than airplanes typically perform, with an unusual engine sound. The airplane was observed to start a slight left turn, before it descended towards a stand of trees and disappeared out of sight.
The airplane impacted the top of several trees before coming to rest in a grove of trees just beyond the end of the runway.
The airport manager reported that about 2-3 weeks prior to the accident flight, he saw accident the airplane depart the airport. He thought the engine was running rough, the airplane's nose was high, and thought the pilot was going to stall the airplane at a low altitude. He added that the airplane circled around and lined up for a landing, but before reaching the runway the engine revved up and the pilot conducted a go-around; however, again the engine started to sound rough and the pilot made a left turn. The manager added that the airplane circled back to the runway at low attitude and he wasn't sure the airplane would make it back to the runway. The airplane barely made the runway and bounced on landing. The manager told the pilot that he wanted the airplane looked at, and that the pilot to receive some additional instruction before any further flights from the airport.
PERSONNEL INFORMATION
The airplane owner and pilot in the left seat held a commercial pilot certificate for airplane, single-engine land; airplane–instrument. A second-class Federal Aviation Administration, (FAA) medical certificate was issued on March 12, 2010, with the restriction, "must wear corrective lenses". On the pilot's last medical certificate application he reported 450 total flight hours with 10 hours in the last six months. A review of the pilot's flight log revealed that he had a total of 476.6 flight hours. The entry on August 4, 2012 was annotated as, "new airplane checkout satisfactory". An entry on August 17, 2012, for 0.3 hours, was annotated as, "aborted X-country, lost engine power, so landed". The entry on August 30, 2012, was for 1.1 hours and was annotated as, "Test flight. Perfect".
The flight instructor in the right seat, held airline transport pilot certificates for airplane, single and multi-engine land; airplane-instrument. He also held flight instructor ratings for airplane single engine and instrument airplane. A second-class Federal Aviation Administration medical certificate was issued on March 26, 2012. The instructor's logbook was not provided; however, the instructor reported on his last medical certificate he had accumulated 9,000 total flight hours with 190 hours in the last six months.
AIRCRAFT INFORMATION
The accident airplane was a Piper PA-28R-180, which is an all-metal, four-seat, low-wing airplane with retractable landing gear and controllable pitch propeller which was manufactured in 1968. The airplane was powered by a 180 horsepower Lycoming IO-360-B1E engine, driving a constant speed, two-bladed metal, controllable pitch propeller. According to FAA records the pilot purchased the airplane in July, 2012.
The airplane's front occupant's seats were equipped with lap belts, but not shoulder harnesses.
According to maintenance records, the airplane's most recent annual inspection was completed July 10, 2012, with an airframe total time of 7,048.11 hours and tachometer time of 5,124.11 hours, with 100.11 hours since major overhaul on the engine. The review of the engine maintenance records revealed an entry annotated during the last annual inspection which read; "replaced fuel line between engine driven pump and servo, found water in fuel, flushed flow divider, screens and lines". The entry annotated in the airframe log read; "found water in tanks – sumped tanks, cleaned flow divider, fuel screens and lines". The log also had the entry; "c/w FAR 91.207 ELT insp by installing new batteries, due March 2017"
The July 10, 2012 annual was the last entry in the maintenance records; there were no entries past the July 10th, date.
The family of the pilot provided email excerpts and a fuel log for the airplane. The excerpt dated August 28, is quoted as; "was clogged fuel injection system. One fuel line was almost completely plugged. Will test fly tomorrow." The family also provided a bank cancel check, made out to Richmond [Aviation] for $200 on August 30, 2012, which had the annotation, " N4567J Maint", in the check's memo section.
METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION
At 1353, the automated weather observation facility located at Fort Worth Alliance Airport (KAFW), located about 7 miles southwest of the accident location, recorded wind calm, visibility 10 miles, clear of clouds, temperature 92 degrees Fahrenheit (F), dew point 46 F, and a barometric pressure of 30.06 inches of mercury.
AIRPORT INFORMATION
Northwest Regional Airport (52F) is a privately owned airport open to the public and located about 3 miles northwest of Roanoke, Texas. The airport is non-towered and pilots are to use the Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF). The airport features an asphalt runway, 17-35 which is 3,500-foot long and 40-foot wide.
COMMUNICATIONS
The pilot was not in contact with air traffic control and there were no reported distress calls from the pilot.
WRECKAGE AND IMPACT INFORMATION
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) responded to the accident site. The airplane impacted several trees off the south end of runway 17. Both the left and right wings separated near the wing roots and remained suspended in the trees. The fuselage was located about 60 feet beyond the wings, nestled amongst the base of several trees. The first responders reported that when they arrived at the accident site, fuel was running out of the wings. Both wing's fuel tank receptacles had rust along the filler ports.
The fuselage was upright, but tilted to the right and wedged between several trees, with the front of the engine resting at the base of a tree. The fuselage back to the empennage had heavy bending and buckling. The engine and instrument panel were pushed back slightly into the cockpit area.
The engine's crankshaft broke just behind the crankshaft flange, but remained in place. The propeller remained bolted to the engine crankshaft flange; only two of the three blades were visible; with one blade bent under the airplane. One blade was absent any leading edge gouges or polishing and appeared unmarked. The remaining blades also appeared unmarked except the outer 4-5 inches near the tip; which appeared twisted. The engine starter, located behind the propeller and crankshaft ring gear, had an only a minor scoring.
The empennage exhibited substantial damage to the both sides of the horizontal stabilator; nearly severing the stabilator from the fuselage, the vertical stabilizer and rudder remained attached to the aft section of the fuselage with only minor damage. The stabilator trim tab remained attached via the respective hinge.
The airplane's emergency locator transmitter (ELT) was located in empennage section; the unit's activation switch was found in the "off" position. There were no indications that the unit was accessed by first responders.
MEDICAL AND PATHOLOGICAL INFORMATION
The Tarrant County Medical Examiner's District, Tarrant County, Fort Worth, Texas, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, conducted autopsies on the flight instructor and pilot. The cause of death for the flight instructor is listed as: blunt trauma of chest and abdomen; the cause of death for the pilot is listed as: basilar skull fracture.
The FAA Toxicology Accident Research Library, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, conducted toxicological testing on both occupants. For the pilot the results were negative for carbon monoxide, cyanide, ethanol, and tested drugs. For the flight instructor the results were negative for carbon monoxide, cyanide, and ethanol. The test was positive for etomidate and ondansetron in blood and urine and for naproxen and salicylate in urine.
TEST AND RESEARCH
A refueling history for the airplane was provided; the fuel log's first entry was July 28th, in Jacksonville, Florida, with the comments, "test flight after purchase". August 4th and 11th , entries were in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with the comments: " for ferry of plane" and "topped off plane at NW Regional". The final entry was on September 18th, at 52F, with the comments, "topped off but did not fly".
During an interview with the airport manager at 52F, he stated that he thought the accident airplane received gas, about 3-4 days prior to the accident flight; he also added that a number of airplanes received gas between the time the airplane was fueled and the accident flight. He also added that after the accident a sample of fuel was taken; a visual inspection of the sample revealed that it appeared consistent with 100LL aviation fuel and absent water or debris.
An examination of the airplane engine was conducted by the NTSB investigator IIC. Continuity was established from the front of the crankshaft to the rear gear drive section of the engine, and through the valve train. The top set of sparkplugs were removed and produced spark when the engine was rotated by hand. Each cylinder produced suction and compression during a thumb test. Both magnetos were removed from the engine and bench tested; each one rotated freely and produced a spark at each terminal. The oil filter was removed and cut open; the filter was free of metal particulates and debris.
The engine's fuel flow divider was removed and opened; the divider was dry but contained a small quantity of particles. The engine driven fuel pump valves and pump housing had areas of rust or corrosion throughout the internal sections; residual liquid consistent with fuel and water was found inside the pump. The fuel servo's fuel screen was absent of any contaminates; the fuel servo was then removed from the engine and disassembled. Fluid consistent with water and fuel were found inside the fuel servo. A white particle and other particulates were also found inside the servo; additionally, several components inside the servo also contained white particulates.

NTSB Final Narrative

The pilot, who had purchased the airplane about 2 months earlier, and the flight instructor departed on an instructional flight. Two witnesses reported that the airplane's engine did not sound right during the takeoff and the ground roll was longer than normal. Just beyond the runway, the airplane turned slightly left and then impacted the top of several trees. Both wings separated and remained lodged in the treetops; first responders noted fuel running from the wings. The emergency locater transmitter (ELT) was in found in the off position. Examination of the engine revealed water and contaminants in the fuel system, especially in the injection servo and fuel pump, which would have resulted in the rough-running engine and loss of engine power.
A review of the airplane's maintenance records did not reveal any entries since the pilot had purchased the airplane. The airplane's last maintenance entry was at the annual inspection, which was about the time the airplane was purchased. The entry stated "found water in tanks - sumped tanks, cleaned flow divider, fuel screens and lines." The log also had the entry that stated "c/w FAR 91.207 ELT insp by installing new batteries, due March 2017." The airport manager had witnessed the same pilot depart in the accident airplane about a month earlier; however, the airplane's engine did not sound right, and the pilot returned to the airport. A review of the pilot's logbook revealed an entry "aborted X-country, lost engine power, so landed" on that date. About 2 weeks later, an e-mail from the pilot to family members stated that a clogged fuel injection system was found after the aborted flight. Two days after that, the pilot's logbook reflected 1.1 flight hours with a note that stated "test flight, perfect." On that same date, the pilot wrote a check to a maintenance company at the airport on which the airplane's registration number and "Maint" were written in the memo field. It is likely that either at the annual inspection and/or 2 weeks before the accident, maintenance personnel did not appropriately address the fuel contamination issues that persisted at the time of the accident.
The airplane was not equipped with shoulder belts. During the impact sequence, the pilot likely rotated about his lap belt, braced himself with his arms and fractured his shoulders, but his head struck the instrument panel, resulting in his fatal skull injury. The flight instructor similarly rotated forward about his lap belt; his chest and abdomen struck the instrument panel resulting in his fatal injuries. Had the airplane been equipped with single or double shoulder restraints, the pilots' injuries likely would have been less severe and they might have survived.

NTSB Probable Cause Narrative

The loss of engine power during takeoff due to fuel contamination. Contributing to the accident was maintenance personnel's failure to adequately correct the water contamination effects. Contributing to the severity of the occupants' injuries was the lack of shoulder restraints.

Aircraft and OwneOperator Information

Category Data Category Data
Aircraft Make: PIPER Registration: N4567J
Model/Series: PA-28R-180 / None Aircraft Category: AIR
Amateur Built: N

Meteorological Information and Flight Plan

Category Data Category Data
Conditions at Accident Site: VMC Condition of Light: DAYL
Observation Facility, Elevation: KAFW , None ft MSL Observation Time: 1853 UTC
Distance from Accident Site: 6 Nautical Miles Temperature/Dew Point: 91°C / 46°C
Lowest Cloud Condition: CLER / 0 ft AGL Wind Speed/Gusts, Direction: None / 0 knots, 0°
Lowest Ceiling: NONE / 0 ft AGL Visibility: 10.0 miles
Altimeter Setting: 30.05 inches Hg Type of Flight Plan Filed: UNK
Departure Point: Roanoke, TX, USA Destination: Roanoke, TX, USA
METAR: None

Wreckage and Impact Information

Category Data Category Data
Crew Injuries: 2 Fatal Aircraft Damage: SUBS
Passenger Injuries: None Aircraft Fire: NONE
Ground Injuries: None Aircraft Explosion: NONE
Total Injuries: 2 Fatal Latitude, Longitude: 003332N, 0971355W
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2022.05.28 21:12 assessment_bot [2 Fatal] [September 22 2012] PIPER PA-28R-180, Roanoke/ TX USA

NTSB Preliminary Narrative

HISTORY OF FLIGHT
On September 22, 2012, about 1330 central daylight time, a Piper PA-28R-180 airplane, N4567J, impacted trees and terrain approximately 800 feet south of the Northwest Regional Airport (F52), Roanoke, Texas. The commercial rated pilot and certificated flight instructor (CFI) were fatally injured and the airplane sustained substantial damage. The airplane was registered to and operated by a private individual under the provisions of 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 91 as a personal flight. Day visual meteorological conditions prevailed and no flight plan was filed. The flight was originating at the time of the accident.
Witnesses reported that the airplane departed runway 17; however, the takeoff roll was noticeably longer than airplanes typically perform, with an unusual engine sound. The airplane was observed to start a slight left turn, before it descended towards a stand of trees and disappeared out of sight.
The airplane impacted the top of several trees before coming to rest in a grove of trees just beyond the end of the runway.
The airport manager reported that about 2-3 weeks prior to the accident flight, he saw accident the airplane depart the airport. He thought the engine was running rough, the airplane's nose was high, and thought the pilot was going to stall the airplane at a low altitude. He added that the airplane circled around and lined up for a landing, but before reaching the runway the engine revved up and the pilot conducted a go-around; however, again the engine started to sound rough and the pilot made a left turn. The manager added that the airplane circled back to the runway at low attitude and he wasn't sure the airplane would make it back to the runway. The airplane barely made the runway and bounced on landing. The manager told the pilot that he wanted the airplane looked at, and that the pilot to receive some additional instruction before any further flights from the airport.
PERSONNEL INFORMATION
The airplane owner and pilot in the left seat held a commercial pilot certificate for airplane, single-engine land; airplane–instrument. A second-class Federal Aviation Administration, (FAA) medical certificate was issued on March 12, 2010, with the restriction, "must wear corrective lenses". On the pilot's last medical certificate application he reported 450 total flight hours with 10 hours in the last six months. A review of the pilot's flight log revealed that he had a total of 476.6 flight hours. The entry on August 4, 2012 was annotated as, "new airplane checkout satisfactory". An entry on August 17, 2012, for 0.3 hours, was annotated as, "aborted X-country, lost engine power, so landed". The entry on August 30, 2012, was for 1.1 hours and was annotated as, "Test flight. Perfect".
The flight instructor in the right seat, held airline transport pilot certificates for airplane, single and multi-engine land; airplane-instrument. He also held flight instructor ratings for airplane single engine and instrument airplane. A second-class Federal Aviation Administration medical certificate was issued on March 26, 2012. The instructor's logbook was not provided; however, the instructor reported on his last medical certificate he had accumulated 9,000 total flight hours with 190 hours in the last six months.
AIRCRAFT INFORMATION
The accident airplane was a Piper PA-28R-180, which is an all-metal, four-seat, low-wing airplane with retractable landing gear and controllable pitch propeller which was manufactured in 1968. The airplane was powered by a 180 horsepower Lycoming IO-360-B1E engine, driving a constant speed, two-bladed metal, controllable pitch propeller. According to FAA records the pilot purchased the airplane in July, 2012.
The airplane's front occupant's seats were equipped with lap belts, but not shoulder harnesses.
According to maintenance records, the airplane's most recent annual inspection was completed July 10, 2012, with an airframe total time of 7,048.11 hours and tachometer time of 5,124.11 hours, with 100.11 hours since major overhaul on the engine. The review of the engine maintenance records revealed an entry annotated during the last annual inspection which read; "replaced fuel line between engine driven pump and servo, found water in fuel, flushed flow divider, screens and lines". The entry annotated in the airframe log read; "found water in tanks – sumped tanks, cleaned flow divider, fuel screens and lines". The log also had the entry; "c/w FAR 91.207 ELT insp by installing new batteries, due March 2017"
The July 10, 2012 annual was the last entry in the maintenance records; there were no entries past the July 10th, date.
The family of the pilot provided email excerpts and a fuel log for the airplane. The excerpt dated August 28, is quoted as; "was clogged fuel injection system. One fuel line was almost completely plugged. Will test fly tomorrow." The family also provided a bank cancel check, made out to Richmond [Aviation] for $200 on August 30, 2012, which had the annotation, " N4567J Maint", in the check's memo section.
METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION
At 1353, the automated weather observation facility located at Fort Worth Alliance Airport (KAFW), located about 7 miles southwest of the accident location, recorded wind calm, visibility 10 miles, clear of clouds, temperature 92 degrees Fahrenheit (F), dew point 46 F, and a barometric pressure of 30.06 inches of mercury.
AIRPORT INFORMATION
Northwest Regional Airport (52F) is a privately owned airport open to the public and located about 3 miles northwest of Roanoke, Texas. The airport is non-towered and pilots are to use the Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF). The airport features an asphalt runway, 17-35 which is 3,500-foot long and 40-foot wide.
COMMUNICATIONS
The pilot was not in contact with air traffic control and there were no reported distress calls from the pilot.
WRECKAGE AND IMPACT INFORMATION
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) responded to the accident site. The airplane impacted several trees off the south end of runway 17. Both the left and right wings separated near the wing roots and remained suspended in the trees. The fuselage was located about 60 feet beyond the wings, nestled amongst the base of several trees. The first responders reported that when they arrived at the accident site, fuel was running out of the wings. Both wing's fuel tank receptacles had rust along the filler ports.
The fuselage was upright, but tilted to the right and wedged between several trees, with the front of the engine resting at the base of a tree. The fuselage back to the empennage had heavy bending and buckling. The engine and instrument panel were pushed back slightly into the cockpit area.
The engine's crankshaft broke just behind the crankshaft flange, but remained in place. The propeller remained bolted to the engine crankshaft flange; only two of the three blades were visible; with one blade bent under the airplane. One blade was absent any leading edge gouges or polishing and appeared unmarked. The remaining blades also appeared unmarked except the outer 4-5 inches near the tip; which appeared twisted. The engine starter, located behind the propeller and crankshaft ring gear, had an only a minor scoring.
The empennage exhibited substantial damage to the both sides of the horizontal stabilator; nearly severing the stabilator from the fuselage, the vertical stabilizer and rudder remained attached to the aft section of the fuselage with only minor damage. The stabilator trim tab remained attached via the respective hinge.
The airplane's emergency locator transmitter (ELT) was located in empennage section; the unit's activation switch was found in the "off" position. There were no indications that the unit was accessed by first responders.
MEDICAL AND PATHOLOGICAL INFORMATION
The Tarrant County Medical Examiner's District, Tarrant County, Fort Worth, Texas, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, conducted autopsies on the flight instructor and pilot. The cause of death for the flight instructor is listed as: blunt trauma of chest and abdomen; the cause of death for the pilot is listed as: basilar skull fracture.
The FAA Toxicology Accident Research Library, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, conducted toxicological testing on both occupants. For the pilot the results were negative for carbon monoxide, cyanide, ethanol, and tested drugs. For the flight instructor the results were negative for carbon monoxide, cyanide, and ethanol. The test was positive for etomidate and ondansetron in blood and urine and for naproxen and salicylate in urine.
TEST AND RESEARCH
A refueling history for the airplane was provided; the fuel log's first entry was July 28th, in Jacksonville, Florida, with the comments, "test flight after purchase". August 4th and 11th , entries were in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with the comments: " for ferry of plane" and "topped off plane at NW Regional". The final entry was on September 18th, at 52F, with the comments, "topped off but did not fly".
During an interview with the airport manager at 52F, he stated that he thought the accident airplane received gas, about 3-4 days prior to the accident flight; he also added that a number of airplanes received gas between the time the airplane was fueled and the accident flight. He also added that after the accident a sample of fuel was taken; a visual inspection of the sample revealed that it appeared consistent with 100LL aviation fuel and absent water or debris.
An examination of the airplane engine was conducted by the NTSB investigator IIC. Continuity was established from the front of the crankshaft to the rear gear drive section of the engine, and through the valve train. The top set of sparkplugs were removed and produced spark when the engine was rotated by hand. Each cylinder produced suction and compression during a thumb test. Both magnetos were removed from the engine and bench tested; each one rotated freely and produced a spark at each terminal. The oil filter was removed and cut open; the filter was free of metal particulates and debris.
The engine's fuel flow divider was removed and opened; the divider was dry but contained a small quantity of particles. The engine driven fuel pump valves and pump housing had areas of rust or corrosion throughout the internal sections; residual liquid consistent with fuel and water was found inside the pump. The fuel servo's fuel screen was absent of any contaminates; the fuel servo was then removed from the engine and disassembled. Fluid consistent with water and fuel were found inside the fuel servo. A white particle and other particulates were also found inside the servo; additionally, several components inside the servo also contained white particulates.

NTSB Final Narrative

The pilot, who had purchased the airplane about 2 months earlier, and the flight instructor departed on an instructional flight. Two witnesses reported that the airplane's engine did not sound right during the takeoff and the ground roll was longer than normal. Just beyond the runway, the airplane turned slightly left and then impacted the top of several trees. Both wings separated and remained lodged in the treetops; first responders noted fuel running from the wings. The emergency locater transmitter (ELT) was in found in the off position. Examination of the engine revealed water and contaminants in the fuel system, especially in the injection servo and fuel pump, which would have resulted in the rough-running engine and loss of engine power.
A review of the airplane's maintenance records did not reveal any entries since the pilot had purchased the airplane. The airplane's last maintenance entry was at the annual inspection, which was about the time the airplane was purchased. The entry stated "found water in tanks - sumped tanks, cleaned flow divider, fuel screens and lines." The log also had the entry that stated "c/w FAR 91.207 ELT insp by installing new batteries, due March 2017." The airport manager had witnessed the same pilot depart in the accident airplane about a month earlier; however, the airplane's engine did not sound right, and the pilot returned to the airport. A review of the pilot's logbook revealed an entry "aborted X-country, lost engine power, so landed" on that date. About 2 weeks later, an e-mail from the pilot to family members stated that a clogged fuel injection system was found after the aborted flight. Two days after that, the pilot's logbook reflected 1.1 flight hours with a note that stated "test flight, perfect." On that same date, the pilot wrote a check to a maintenance company at the airport on which the airplane's registration number and "Maint" were written in the memo field. It is likely that either at the annual inspection and/or 2 weeks before the accident, maintenance personnel did not appropriately address the fuel contamination issues that persisted at the time of the accident.
The airplane was not equipped with shoulder belts. During the impact sequence, the pilot likely rotated about his lap belt, braced himself with his arms and fractured his shoulders, but his head struck the instrument panel, resulting in his fatal skull injury. The flight instructor similarly rotated forward about his lap belt; his chest and abdomen struck the instrument panel resulting in his fatal injuries. Had the airplane been equipped with single or double shoulder restraints, the pilots' injuries likely would have been less severe and they might have survived.

NTSB Probable Cause Narrative

The loss of engine power during takeoff due to fuel contamination. Contributing to the accident was maintenance personnel's failure to adequately correct the water contamination effects. Contributing to the severity of the occupants' injuries was the lack of shoulder restraints.

Aircraft and OwneOperator Information

Category Data Category Data
Aircraft Make: PIPER Registration: N4567J
Model/Series: PA-28R-180 / None Aircraft Category: AIR
Amateur Built: N

Meteorological Information and Flight Plan

Category Data Category Data
Conditions at Accident Site: VMC Condition of Light: DAYL
Observation Facility, Elevation: KAFW , None ft MSL Observation Time: 1853 UTC
Distance from Accident Site: 6 Nautical Miles Temperature/Dew Point: 91°C / 46°C
Lowest Cloud Condition: CLER / 0 ft AGL Wind Speed/Gusts, Direction: None / 0 knots, 0°
Lowest Ceiling: NONE / 0 ft AGL Visibility: 10.0 miles
Altimeter Setting: 30.05 inches Hg Type of Flight Plan Filed: UNK
Departure Point: Roanoke, TX, USA Destination: Roanoke, TX, USA
METAR: None

Wreckage and Impact Information

Category Data Category Data
Crew Injuries: 2 Fatal Aircraft Damage: SUBS
Passenger Injuries: None Aircraft Fire: NONE
Ground Injuries: None Aircraft Explosion: NONE
Total Injuries: 2 Fatal Latitude, Longitude: 003332N, 0971355W
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The docket, full report, and other information for this event can be found by searching the NTSB's Query Tool, CAROL (Case Analysis and Reporting Online), with the NTSB Number CEN12FA654
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2022.05.28 19:13 assessment_bot [2 Fatal] [September 22 2012] PIPER PA-28R-180, Roanoke/ TX USA

NTSB Preliminary Narrative

HISTORY OF FLIGHT
On September 22, 2012, about 1330 central daylight time, a Piper PA-28R-180 airplane, N4567J, impacted trees and terrain approximately 800 feet south of the Northwest Regional Airport (F52), Roanoke, Texas. The commercial rated pilot and certificated flight instructor (CFI) were fatally injured and the airplane sustained substantial damage. The airplane was registered to and operated by a private individual under the provisions of 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 91 as a personal flight. Day visual meteorological conditions prevailed and no flight plan was filed. The flight was originating at the time of the accident.
Witnesses reported that the airplane departed runway 17; however, the takeoff roll was noticeably longer than airplanes typically perform, with an unusual engine sound. The airplane was observed to start a slight left turn, before it descended towards a stand of trees and disappeared out of sight.
The airplane impacted the top of several trees before coming to rest in a grove of trees just beyond the end of the runway.
The airport manager reported that about 2-3 weeks prior to the accident flight, he saw accident the airplane depart the airport. He thought the engine was running rough, the airplane's nose was high, and thought the pilot was going to stall the airplane at a low altitude. He added that the airplane circled around and lined up for a landing, but before reaching the runway the engine revved up and the pilot conducted a go-around; however, again the engine started to sound rough and the pilot made a left turn. The manager added that the airplane circled back to the runway at low attitude and he wasn't sure the airplane would make it back to the runway. The airplane barely made the runway and bounced on landing. The manager told the pilot that he wanted the airplane looked at, and that the pilot to receive some additional instruction before any further flights from the airport.
PERSONNEL INFORMATION
The airplane owner and pilot in the left seat held a commercial pilot certificate for airplane, single-engine land; airplane–instrument. A second-class Federal Aviation Administration, (FAA) medical certificate was issued on March 12, 2010, with the restriction, "must wear corrective lenses". On the pilot's last medical certificate application he reported 450 total flight hours with 10 hours in the last six months. A review of the pilot's flight log revealed that he had a total of 476.6 flight hours. The entry on August 4, 2012 was annotated as, "new airplane checkout satisfactory". An entry on August 17, 2012, for 0.3 hours, was annotated as, "aborted X-country, lost engine power, so landed". The entry on August 30, 2012, was for 1.1 hours and was annotated as, "Test flight. Perfect".
The flight instructor in the right seat, held airline transport pilot certificates for airplane, single and multi-engine land; airplane-instrument. He also held flight instructor ratings for airplane single engine and instrument airplane. A second-class Federal Aviation Administration medical certificate was issued on March 26, 2012. The instructor's logbook was not provided; however, the instructor reported on his last medical certificate he had accumulated 9,000 total flight hours with 190 hours in the last six months.
AIRCRAFT INFORMATION
The accident airplane was a Piper PA-28R-180, which is an all-metal, four-seat, low-wing airplane with retractable landing gear and controllable pitch propeller which was manufactured in 1968. The airplane was powered by a 180 horsepower Lycoming IO-360-B1E engine, driving a constant speed, two-bladed metal, controllable pitch propeller. According to FAA records the pilot purchased the airplane in July, 2012.
The airplane's front occupant's seats were equipped with lap belts, but not shoulder harnesses.
According to maintenance records, the airplane's most recent annual inspection was completed July 10, 2012, with an airframe total time of 7,048.11 hours and tachometer time of 5,124.11 hours, with 100.11 hours since major overhaul on the engine. The review of the engine maintenance records revealed an entry annotated during the last annual inspection which read; "replaced fuel line between engine driven pump and servo, found water in fuel, flushed flow divider, screens and lines". The entry annotated in the airframe log read; "found water in tanks – sumped tanks, cleaned flow divider, fuel screens and lines". The log also had the entry; "c/w FAR 91.207 ELT insp by installing new batteries, due March 2017"
The July 10, 2012 annual was the last entry in the maintenance records; there were no entries past the July 10th, date.
The family of the pilot provided email excerpts and a fuel log for the airplane. The excerpt dated August 28, is quoted as; "was clogged fuel injection system. One fuel line was almost completely plugged. Will test fly tomorrow." The family also provided a bank cancel check, made out to Richmond [Aviation] for $200 on August 30, 2012, which had the annotation, " N4567J Maint", in the check's memo section.
METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION
At 1353, the automated weather observation facility located at Fort Worth Alliance Airport (KAFW), located about 7 miles southwest of the accident location, recorded wind calm, visibility 10 miles, clear of clouds, temperature 92 degrees Fahrenheit (F), dew point 46 F, and a barometric pressure of 30.06 inches of mercury.
AIRPORT INFORMATION
Northwest Regional Airport (52F) is a privately owned airport open to the public and located about 3 miles northwest of Roanoke, Texas. The airport is non-towered and pilots are to use the Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF). The airport features an asphalt runway, 17-35 which is 3,500-foot long and 40-foot wide.
COMMUNICATIONS
The pilot was not in contact with air traffic control and there were no reported distress calls from the pilot.
WRECKAGE AND IMPACT INFORMATION
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) responded to the accident site. The airplane impacted several trees off the south end of runway 17. Both the left and right wings separated near the wing roots and remained suspended in the trees. The fuselage was located about 60 feet beyond the wings, nestled amongst the base of several trees. The first responders reported that when they arrived at the accident site, fuel was running out of the wings. Both wing's fuel tank receptacles had rust along the filler ports.
The fuselage was upright, but tilted to the right and wedged between several trees, with the front of the engine resting at the base of a tree. The fuselage back to the empennage had heavy bending and buckling. The engine and instrument panel were pushed back slightly into the cockpit area.
The engine's crankshaft broke just behind the crankshaft flange, but remained in place. The propeller remained bolted to the engine crankshaft flange; only two of the three blades were visible; with one blade bent under the airplane. One blade was absent any leading edge gouges or polishing and appeared unmarked. The remaining blades also appeared unmarked except the outer 4-5 inches near the tip; which appeared twisted. The engine starter, located behind the propeller and crankshaft ring gear, had an only a minor scoring.
The empennage exhibited substantial damage to the both sides of the horizontal stabilator; nearly severing the stabilator from the fuselage, the vertical stabilizer and rudder remained attached to the aft section of the fuselage with only minor damage. The stabilator trim tab remained attached via the respective hinge.
The airplane's emergency locator transmitter (ELT) was located in empennage section; the unit's activation switch was found in the "off" position. There were no indications that the unit was accessed by first responders.
MEDICAL AND PATHOLOGICAL INFORMATION
The Tarrant County Medical Examiner's District, Tarrant County, Fort Worth, Texas, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, conducted autopsies on the flight instructor and pilot. The cause of death for the flight instructor is listed as: blunt trauma of chest and abdomen; the cause of death for the pilot is listed as: basilar skull fracture.
The FAA Toxicology Accident Research Library, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, conducted toxicological testing on both occupants. For the pilot the results were negative for carbon monoxide, cyanide, ethanol, and tested drugs. For the flight instructor the results were negative for carbon monoxide, cyanide, and ethanol. The test was positive for etomidate and ondansetron in blood and urine and for naproxen and salicylate in urine.
TEST AND RESEARCH
A refueling history for the airplane was provided; the fuel log's first entry was July 28th, in Jacksonville, Florida, with the comments, "test flight after purchase". August 4th and 11th , entries were in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with the comments: " for ferry of plane" and "topped off plane at NW Regional". The final entry was on September 18th, at 52F, with the comments, "topped off but did not fly".
During an interview with the airport manager at 52F, he stated that he thought the accident airplane received gas, about 3-4 days prior to the accident flight; he also added that a number of airplanes received gas between the time the airplane was fueled and the accident flight. He also added that after the accident a sample of fuel was taken; a visual inspection of the sample revealed that it appeared consistent with 100LL aviation fuel and absent water or debris.
An examination of the airplane engine was conducted by the NTSB investigator IIC. Continuity was established from the front of the crankshaft to the rear gear drive section of the engine, and through the valve train. The top set of sparkplugs were removed and produced spark when the engine was rotated by hand. Each cylinder produced suction and compression during a thumb test. Both magnetos were removed from the engine and bench tested; each one rotated freely and produced a spark at each terminal. The oil filter was removed and cut open; the filter was free of metal particulates and debris.
The engine's fuel flow divider was removed and opened; the divider was dry but contained a small quantity of particles. The engine driven fuel pump valves and pump housing had areas of rust or corrosion throughout the internal sections; residual liquid consistent with fuel and water was found inside the pump. The fuel servo's fuel screen was absent of any contaminates; the fuel servo was then removed from the engine and disassembled. Fluid consistent with water and fuel were found inside the fuel servo. A white particle and other particulates were also found inside the servo; additionally, several components inside the servo also contained white particulates.

NTSB Final Narrative

The pilot, who had purchased the airplane about 2 months earlier, and the flight instructor departed on an instructional flight. Two witnesses reported that the airplane's engine did not sound right during the takeoff and the ground roll was longer than normal. Just beyond the runway, the airplane turned slightly left and then impacted the top of several trees. Both wings separated and remained lodged in the treetops; first responders noted fuel running from the wings. The emergency locater transmitter (ELT) was in found in the off position. Examination of the engine revealed water and contaminants in the fuel system, especially in the injection servo and fuel pump, which would have resulted in the rough-running engine and loss of engine power.
A review of the airplane's maintenance records did not reveal any entries since the pilot had purchased the airplane. The airplane's last maintenance entry was at the annual inspection, which was about the time the airplane was purchased. The entry stated "found water in tanks - sumped tanks, cleaned flow divider, fuel screens and lines." The log also had the entry that stated "c/w FAR 91.207 ELT insp by installing new batteries, due March 2017." The airport manager had witnessed the same pilot depart in the accident airplane about a month earlier; however, the airplane's engine did not sound right, and the pilot returned to the airport. A review of the pilot's logbook revealed an entry "aborted X-country, lost engine power, so landed" on that date. About 2 weeks later, an e-mail from the pilot to family members stated that a clogged fuel injection system was found after the aborted flight. Two days after that, the pilot's logbook reflected 1.1 flight hours with a note that stated "test flight, perfect." On that same date, the pilot wrote a check to a maintenance company at the airport on which the airplane's registration number and "Maint" were written in the memo field. It is likely that either at the annual inspection and/or 2 weeks before the accident, maintenance personnel did not appropriately address the fuel contamination issues that persisted at the time of the accident.
The airplane was not equipped with shoulder belts. During the impact sequence, the pilot likely rotated about his lap belt, braced himself with his arms and fractured his shoulders, but his head struck the instrument panel, resulting in his fatal skull injury. The flight instructor similarly rotated forward about his lap belt; his chest and abdomen struck the instrument panel resulting in his fatal injuries. Had the airplane been equipped with single or double shoulder restraints, the pilots' injuries likely would have been less severe and they might have survived.

NTSB Probable Cause Narrative

The loss of engine power during takeoff due to fuel contamination. Contributing to the accident was maintenance personnel's failure to adequately correct the water contamination effects. Contributing to the severity of the occupants' injuries was the lack of shoulder restraints.

Aircraft and OwneOperator Information

Category Data Category Data
Aircraft Make: PIPER Registration: N4567J
Model/Series: PA-28R-180 / None Aircraft Category: AIR
Amateur Built: N

Meteorological Information and Flight Plan

Category Data Category Data
Conditions at Accident Site: VMC Condition of Light: DAYL
Observation Facility, Elevation: KAFW , None ft MSL Observation Time: 1853 UTC
Distance from Accident Site: 6 Nautical Miles Temperature/Dew Point: 91°C / 46°C
Lowest Cloud Condition: CLER / 0 ft AGL Wind Speed/Gusts, Direction: None / 0 knots, 0°
Lowest Ceiling: NONE / 0 ft AGL Visibility: 10.0 miles
Altimeter Setting: 30.05 inches Hg Type of Flight Plan Filed: UNK
Departure Point: Roanoke, TX, USA Destination: Roanoke, TX, USA
METAR: None

Wreckage and Impact Information

Category Data Category Data
Crew Injuries: 2 Fatal Aircraft Damage: SUBS
Passenger Injuries: None Aircraft Fire: NONE
Ground Injuries: None Aircraft Explosion: NONE
Total Injuries: 2 Fatal Latitude, Longitude: 003332N, 0971355W

Event Information

Category Data Category Data
NTSB Number: CEN12FA654 Event ID: X92533
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