“Them sumbitches need to start calling the damn police department n’ quit calling Terry”

On May 20, 2021, a Beechcraft B300 Super King Air 350 airplane, registration N627TE, experienced a [reported] brake lockup and [definite] loss of control at C. David Campbell Field – Corsicana Municipal Airport (KCRS), Navarro County, Texas. The airplane ultimately came to a stop when it collided with a parked vehicle and hangar. There were no injuries.

The flight had departed Tulsa International Airport, Tulsa, Oklahoma and was being operated as a Part 91 personal flight. FAA data indicate that the airplane is registered to Watkins Construction Company LLC.

This video shows the police response to the incident.





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45 thoughts on ““Them sumbitches need to start calling the damn police department n’ quit calling Terry”

  1. Ha, my son flies one of those for the Air Force. Haven’t heard of him crashing one. He leaves next week for a 3 month stint in Qatar to fly military personnel around. One thing people don’t know is how extremely hot it gets in the cockpit while the pilot does checks before the flight. If it’s 110 degrees outside imagine how hot it gets in there for the 30 minutes before they fly.

    Another son of ours did AWACs and when he was stationed in the desert iv’s were regularly brought on board to rehydrate the crew members before take off. It’s not an easy job!

  2. My unit was pinned down by Iraqi artillery fire back in the Gulf War. When we seemed out of options, I asked my Company Commander what we should do. He said “Let’s call Terry.” He saved our lives. Terry knows everything!

  3. They should have been calling the airport manager. The airport manager handles that and the coordination with the FAA and the NTSB not the police or state patrol.

  4. Imagine that phone call to your insurance. .."Yeah, so, I got in a fender bender today with some damage. I collided with a Super King Air 350 airplane…."

  5. This is HYSTERICAL. The cops don’t even know what to do “whose calling the authorities etc etc” “Welly, Terry is on his way down here and he handles just about everything”

  6. Dan Gryder needs to have a good talk with that pilot!!🤣🤣 Taxing a king air with no brakes🤔🤔🤔using engines thrust to steer😜😜 in a confined area surrounded by buildings 🤔 for sure, beer belly pilot didn't stay at the Holiday Inn last night.

  7. That pilot is gonna have some serious ‘splaining to do. Both his insurance company and the accident review board are going to want to know what the hell he was thinking to continue to taxi and try to turn the plane around with failing brakes. Expecting differential power to help turn (or stop the turn) in an area that tight was also a really, really bad choice.

    So sayeth the guy with under 3 logged hours in twins.

  8. Been there a couple times in the Apache… Had to be careful taxing around that we didn't flip over any Cessna's and small aircraft with our rotor wash.

  9. Talking about the blind leading the blind. No one had the slightest clue what to do. That dispatcher was also leaving some to be desired with the awkward, somewhat off-putting demeanor.

  10. 🤠welp, me n ma dowg were jus sittin in ma truck fixin ta put da sunshades up
    👮‍♂️so did you like throw it in drive or?
    🤠no, nope. i heard it commin though
    👮‍♂️did you try to get out of the way or
    🤠no, nope i seen it in ma side mirror and stepped on da brake
    👮‍♂️o.k. let me see your license idiot
    👴haha he got no license sir and hes on probation!
    . 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  11. Now if the officer said they need to quit calling terry then you know he gets a lot of calls because the officer sounded mad about it. Lol
    Having worked in a small department I’ve had the same experience.
    They used to call the former police chief and he’d call dispatch. Now this man hadn’t worked for the department in about 10 years so we never figured out why they called him & not dispatch or 911. Lol

  12. This video highlights the need for an Elite Motorcade Protection Detail that offers a wide-range of protective services. Motor One could 50/50 that taxiway. Maybe that airport should get the family together and figure it out real quick.

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