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    Default Must have been a serious Pot-Hole

    IDENTIFICATION
    Date: 25-JUL-14
    Time: 15:45:00Z
    Regis#: N126S
    Aircraft Make: CESSNA
    Aircraft Model: 182

    Event Type: Incident
    Highest Injury: None
    Aircraft Missing:
    Damage: Unknown
    LOCATION
    City: PROMONTORY
    State: Utah
    Country: United States
    DESCRIPTION
    Description: AIRCRAFT LANDING GEAR SHEARED OFF AFTER HITTING A POTHOLE WHILE TAXIING FOR DEPARTURE.
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    More likely the last straw,,, cracked and pothole was the last it had in it.
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    1956 182. That's some old iron. Better to fail while taxiing than on landing.

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