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Nov 06, 2012, 12:17 AM
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An Ughh moment


A basically new Pilot 1 300 Extra taken out on the ground. (local accident) Unk of exact circumstances but the end result wasn't good for either bird. I do know the 40% Extra was built this spring. Something? happened with the fueled MX and the end results just sucked. No fail-safe nor kill switch were involved. That's a +1500 dollar airframe that's damaged. No injuries to flesh or bone.

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Nov 06, 2012, 01:10 AM
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Wow what a Major Bummer! Did the person responsible for this accident take care of the Bill?
Nov 06, 2012, 01:15 AM
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Assuming it was the green plane's fault, would the AMA cover this?
Nov 06, 2012, 03:24 PM
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Originally Posted by hertzrepkeith
Wow what a Major Bummer! Did the person responsible for this accident take care of the Bill?
It would be the ethical thing to do, and is what I have seen happen countless times in similar scenarios. I would assume the OP stepped up and did the right thing, but who knows...

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Originally Posted by LoneWolfRC
Assuming it was the green plane's fault, would the AMA cover this?
I really dont know the answer, but if I had to guess then I would say it would not be covered. While the larger plane can be considered someone's property, I do not believe that AMA will cover damages to RC aircraft (despite whose fault it was).

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