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The pilot and three persons inside the building died in the accident. The airplane was cleared for takeoff on runway 01R.
During takeoff the pilot radioed "we lost the left engine".
After that the airplane impacted buildings located about feet m left of the runway 01R centreline. Witnesses said the airplane's left engine struck the building first just below the roof line, followed by the outboard section of the left wing. When the wing impacted the building it separated and the airplane rolled to about 70 degrees bank angle.
The nose of the airplane struck the roof of the building and the airplane slid for about feet before the tail section came over the top of the airplane followed by a large explosion.
A post impact fire ensued.
The airplane was recently purchased by Beechcraft Corp. And sold to Gilleland Aviation.
It arrived at Wichita on September 16 for a 'Phase inspection' according to sale records. Both PT-6 engines had undergone a hot section inspection and a new propeller was installed on the right hand engine.
Contributing to the accident was the pilot's failure to follow the emergency procedures for an engine failure during takeoff. Also contributing to the accident was the left engine power reduction for reasons that could not be determined because a postaccident examination did not reveal any anomalies that would have precluded normal operation and thermal damage precluded a complete examination.The Connecticut State Department of Education is the administrative arm of the Connecticut State Board of Education.
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