KR2 Lands on road

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    Derswede

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    Looks like the engine was still running in the video? Fuel malfunction? Partial power only maybe? Tough spot to put it down, but airplane survived, as did the pilot and no injuries. Happy ending hopefully.
     
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    Or was it just windmilling?
     
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    VW's don't windmill because of the short props.
     
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    The prop was stopped in the head on video.
     
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    Better eyes than mine!

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