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>Date: Mon, 20 Apr 1998 17:23:58
>From: David Brown <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: N234Q
>At 01:56 PM 4/20/98 -0400, you wrote:
>>>From the FAA:
>>**** 04/20/98 Preliminary Accident/Incident Data Record RECORD 1 ****
>>A. Type: Accident Mid Air:N Missing:N Entry date: 04/20/98
>>From: GREAT LAKES REGION OPERATIONS CENTER
>>B. Reg.No.: 234Q M/M: EXP Desc: EXP/HMBLT: VELOCITY
>>Activity: Unknown Phase: Unknown GA-A/C: General Aviation
>>Descr: SUSPECT ACFT (EXPERIMENTAL VELOCITY) WAS BEING TRACKED BY THE U.S.
>> CUSTOMS SERVICE WHEN IT CRASHED UNDER UNKNOWN CIRCUMSTANCES IN A
>> SCHOOL PLAYGROUND, THE PILOT/SOLE OCCUPANT SUFFERED FATAL INJURIES,
>> THE ACFT WAS DESTROYED, DRUGS WERE FOUND ON BOARD THE ACFT,
>> DETROIT, MI.
>The small article in our local paper said that this plane
>was being followed from the El Paso area. Didn't say what type
>of plane it was. Apparently the pilot realized he was being followed
>and was trying to make the Canadian border.
>Guess this kind of independently verifies a Velocity's range.
>The article said that many of the neighborhood residents hauled
>off with much of the "stash" while the injured pilot lay dying.
>Dave Brown - Dallas