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Narrative:One Airline Transport Division staff member was checking another on airstrip flying. Due to split and contrary decisions by both pilots, the landing aircraft overran the airstrip, one wing hit a tree, and it slid backwards into a stock dam. Both were uninjured.
|Operator:||Airline Transport Division, Ministry of Transport|
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|Fatalities:||Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 2|
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|Location:||farm near Masterton -
1. King, John (1995). Aviation Accidents and Disasters. New Zealand Tragedies. Wellington: Grantham House. p. 143. ISBN 1 86934 042 6.
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