Fatal parachuting accident, near Huron, Ohio, August 27, 1967: Special investigation report
United States National Transportation Safety Board, 1967 - Sports & Recreation - 32 pages
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090 degrees 0hio 0rtner Airport 252 degrees 252-degree radial accident advised that 0rtner advised the Center Aero Commander Air Traffic Control aircraft altitude ARTCC August 27 Brecksville broken cloud Cessna l80 Cleveland Center Cleveland V0R Cleveland V0RTAC cloud coverage cloud deck cloud layer breaks communication with Cleveland controller advised controller replied controller testified copilot departed 0rtner Departure Radar Sector determining his position directional gyro dropping jumpers east-west line equipment Federal Aviation Regulation feet m.s.l. Flight Service Station flightpath flying hours ground hypoxia indicated airspeed jump run Lake Erie located magnetic compass miles southwest miles west minutes observed oxygen parachute jump parachutists pilot advised Pilot Karns pilot of N3^3G pilot replied pilot reported position report prior radar contact radar service Robert Karns Safety Board skydivers subsequent survivors testimony track vector to 0rtner VHF navigation receiver vicinity of 0rtner weather West Departure Radar west of 0rtner