182 down in Jackson Parrish, LA

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  1. ktup-flyer

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    Looks like they left HKS and made it about half way to SHV.
    What is the confusing data... the time on Live Flight?

    Or the unbelievable number of ads they can assemble on one web page? Holy hell..
     
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    The step descent and then sudden lost contact.Weather wasn't bad or anything.
     
  4. Pilawt

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    KMLU 062053Z AUTO 28011KT 10SM BR OVC012 04/02 A2962
    KRSN 062055Z AUTO 29007KT 260V350 10SM OVC011 02/M01 A2968

    There's a PIREP out right now (five hours post-accident) of light rime icing at 3,000' at Monroe.
     
  5. Tantalum

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    Right?! Does anyone actually click on this stuff?

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    Lost spatial orientation in IMC? Ice? Those are low temps and a decently close temp / dewpoint spread..
     
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    I would say icing is a high probability . Looks like trouble began at 1:42 ( 30 minutes prior to crash ) with variations in heading and speed. Airspeed began to drop and the final turn to the southwest began about 10 minutes prior to the crash. I believe there ware airmets out for icing with supercooled liquid droplets at the time.
     
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    Yup... I'm leaning towards icing as well. Also, flying in SLD? That's insanity, nobody is legal to fly in SLD, as it is well beyond the size of the legal certification requirements even for FIKI aircraft, this includes large turbine planes.

    If this had happened in a certain composite plane everyone would have already jumped to the conclusion that he's a bad pilot and be hemming and hawing about some rich a##hole thinking he's invincible, which would divulge into trashing glass cockpits, etc. Happens in a 182 though and no one bats an eye
     
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    You need help bruh :D
     
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    In the junk and not having pitot heat turned on could lead to a lot of confusion panic then
    Disorientation
     
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    FTFY
     
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    I see what you did there lol

    the V tail is a badass looking plane.. for 1940s tech it's seriously ahead of its time
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