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Published on May 21, 2012
What started out as a pretty early morning flight in Kentucky abruptly ended when all power was lost at about 100' altitude. The resulting fall right between two large trees and the thump into short grass sounded devastating. Amazingly nothing was broken! Not even a bent shaft. A quick visual check, reset the flat trim and it lifted off from the crash site and flew perfectly. No idea what caused the power loss at altitude. The lack of damage can be attributed to newly installed zip tie landing shocks. And dumb luck...