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The student pilot’s failure to establish a positive climb rate during an aborted landing, which resulted in abnormal runway contact, a subsequent loss of directional control, runway excursion, and the right main landing gear collapsing.
The student pilot’s loss of directional control during the landing roll, which resulted in a collision with a taxiway sign.
The student pilot’s failure to maintain the runway heading during takeoff, which resulted in impact with a snowbank and a subsequent nose-over.
The pilot’s failure to maintain the proper descent rate during the approach to landing, which resulted in a hard landing and serious injury to a passenger.
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