ACCIDENT OF N189AX (48277/354)
April 28th 2004, time: 03:56

NTSB report / statsitics

The DC-10 was operating on a flight on behalf of Líneas Aéreas Suramericanas when it was cleared to land on Bogota's runway 13L (12467 feet/3800m long) . It reportedly hit a pot hole in the runway. The plane overran the runway, striking ILS localizer equipment. The left hand horizontal stabilizer was almost completely sheared off, as was the undercarriage. The DC-10 came to rest in a field with substantial damage to the underside of the fuselage and wings. The no. 1 and no. 3 engines had broken loose from the wings.

Crew: 0 fatalities / 3 on board
Passengers: 0 fatalities / 0 on board
Total: 0 fatalities / 3 on board
Location: Bogotá (Colombia)
Phase: Landing
Nature: Freight
Flight: Miami, FL - Bogotá

Source: Aviation Safety Network / NTSB