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N124N, shortly after becoming the first Twin Navion flagship.
Photo courtesy of the American Navion Society
N124N at a fly-in in Bloomsfield, IN.
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N124N is seen here, as it appeared in 2005.
Photo courtesy of Ray Ooms
Various views of N124N from 2008.
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The NTSB reports that the crash was caused by the failure of the port engine at 600 ft AGL, caused by a leaky seal on the driven fuel pump. (NTSB Report CEN10LA004)
Amazingly, the pilot survived this crash.
Photo courtesy of NTSB
An aerial view of the crash site, only a few hundred feet from a number of homes.
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Lance Smith captured these shots of N124N as its remains were being removed from his community.
Photo courtesy of Lance Smith
Despite the crash and fire, the cockpit of N124N remained intact and saved the pilot's life, even if there's not much left of the rest of the airframe.
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