Raytheon Beech Bonanza A36, N4VQ, 30 October 2006

Raytheon Beech Bonanza A36, N4VQ

Summary:

The aircraft became airborne too early in the takeoff roll and, at a height of about 15 to 20 ft, it began to roll to the left, reaching an angle of about 45°. The pilot shut down the power, levelled the wings and deployed full flap. He subsequently landed the aircraft with the wings almost level in a field beyond the runway, before the aircraft came to an abrupt halt against a dyke. All four occupants disembarked safely although the pilot sustained a minor injury.

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