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NTSB: Low-Altitude Inflight Breakup Likely for Crossfield's Cessna
A. Scott Crossfield's Cessna 210A likely entered a Level 6 thunderstorm and was involved in a low-altitude inflight breakup, according to the National Transportation Safety Board's preliminary report on the Apr. 19 crash that killed the legendary test pilot (see tribute on p. 62).