Sita D228 at Simikot on Jun 1st 2013, landed short of runway, gear collapse
Last Update: June 1, 2013 / 18:49:09 GMT/Zulu time
The airport reported that there was fog on the ground. The aircraft had already gone around 3 times when the crew forced the landing but made a hard landing which collaped the left main gear and broke the left wing.
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