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N6081K accident description

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Crash location 46.990000°N, 94.204722°W
Nearest city Longville, MN
46.986344°N, 94.211364°W
0.4 miles away
Tail number N6081K
Accident date 16 Sep 2014
Aircraft type Cirrus Design Corp SR22
Additional details: None

NTSB Factual Report

During landing, the main landing gear touched down to the right of the runway centerline. The airplane bounced twice on the runway and began to veer left. The left wing dragged through the grass on the left side of the runway and the airplane continued into a drainage ditch. The airplane came to rest upright after it impacted the ditch; a postimpact fire ensued and consumed most of the fuselage. The wings and empennage sustained some fire damage and were mostly intact. Federal Aviation Administration inspectors and a Cirrus investigator provided on-scene assistance to ensure that the Cirrus Airframe Parachute System (CAPS) rocket motor was safely disarmed. The pilot stated that after the airplane bounced on the runway, he attempted to go around but the airplane did not respond to his aileron control inputs; he then lost control of the airplane.

NTSB Probable Cause

The pilot's loss of control during an attempted go-around following a multiple bounce landing

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