Extensive injuries reported in Citation CJ2 crash

Aviation International News » October 2002
May 7, 2008, 9:22 AM

The pilot and two of his three passengers were seriously injured October 7 when their 2002 Citation CJ2 landed long at Dexter (Maine) Airport, went off the end of the 3,000-ft runway, crossed an access road and came to a stop 100 ft beyond the runway end in a weeded area. One other passenger reportedly received minor injuries and a small dog on board was killed.

The airplane, N57EJ, which suffered substantial damage, was registered to Exec-Jet of Bristol, Conn. At the time of the 10:30 a.m. accident, weather at nearby Bangor, Maine, was reported as wind from 200 deg at six knots, visibility 10 mi and an overcast at 2,100 ft. The aircraft was arriving from Bristol.

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