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Pilatus PC12 Forced Landing After Low Engine Oil Pressure

The pilot did not follow the prescribed emergency procedure for a low-oil-pressure indication and eventually had to shut down the engine because of severe vibration. Three of the 10 occupants were seriously injured when the pressurized, single-engine turboprop aircraft was landed in a bog. The investigation did not determine why the oil-flow interruption occurred.

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