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2.09.05 Rooster Run Plane Crash 57

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Empty fuel tank likely cause of fatal plane crash Feb. 9

 

February 16, 2005

By EMILY BRADY
ARGUS-COURIER STAFF

 

 

The official verdict won't be in for about a year, but an empty fuel tank was the likely cause of the Feb. 9 crash that killed a San Francisco man at the Rooster Run Golf Course last week, an airport official said.

 

Roger Stephen Mann, 56, of San Francisco, died instantly when his single-engine Grumman Tiger crash-landed into a stretch of green near the 18th hole. The crash took place shortly after takeoff from the nearby Petaluma Municipal Airport, at about 4 p.m. last Wednesday.

 

Airport manager Michael Glose, who followed the National Transportation Safety Board and FAA investigation closely, said there was no fuel in the aircraft's right tank. Though there was fuel in Mann's left tank, fuel exhaustion was the probable cause of the engine sputtering and stopping that witnesses described, Glose said.

 

"He was low and slow. It was a classic stall and spin accident," the airport manager said, adding that it generally takes the NTSB a year before they issue a final report.

 

According to witnesses, the plane was flying at about 100 feet when the engine started making sputtering sounds.

 

George Phillips, who was just finishing a round of golf at the 18th hole, looked up in time to see the plane flying low towards him, wobbling from side to side.

 

"There was a backfire and then the engine quit," Phillips said. The plane was traveling at a very slow speed when it suddenly just dropped to the right side, hit the ground and spun around, he said.

 

Rich McConnell, who was working on a roof across the road from the golf course, said he saw the plane coming in low and heard a "big bang," followed by a lot of ducks that flew off quacking from an adjacent pond.

 

Mann was killed on impact and his German shepherd dog was ejected from the aircraft and landed on the golfing green. The dog died a few minutes later, Phillips said.

 

The pilot was not well known around the airport, though he had rented a tie-down space there since at least 2003, Glose said.

 

The fatal take-off was not Mann's first take-off of the day, the airport manager said. According to witnesses he had been doing touch-and-go landings, and was on his third take-off when the accident occurred.

 

Crashes near and at the airport occur occasionally. The last fatality at the airport itself was in December 2002, and 12 years ago a plane crashed into what is now Rooster Run, near where the clubhouse is today, Glose said.

 

Though there have been no plane crashes into homes or playing fields near the airport that he's aware of, Glose said crashes can occur anywhere.

 

"There's always that potential, but it could happen in my back yard as well as yours," he said, adding that he lives far from the runway.

 

(Contact Emily Brady at ebrady@aruscourier.com)

 

 

 


 

PETALUMA                                                                                         SFgate.com
Pilot, dog killed in small plane crash

Jim Doyle

Thursday, February 10, 2005

 

A single-engine plane crashed on a Petaluma golf course Wednesday, killing the pilot and his German shepherd dog.

The pilot of the Grumman Tiger was identified by authorities as Roger Stephen Mann, 56, of San Francisco. Witnesses told police that the two-seat plane had been taking off from the Petaluma Airport at 3:58 p.m, when it sputtered, lost power and crashed on the 18th fairway of the Rooster Run Golf Club.

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