... or is this "teaser" from the latest AOPA ePilot somewhat tacky:
CESSNAS COLLIDE ON FINAL, SEE AND AVOID THE SAME FATE
On Oct. 10, 2004, a Cessna 152 and a Cessna 172 collided on approach to Cincinnati West Airport in Harrison, Ohio. The two aircraft became locked together in flight at 300 feet agl and spiraled into a gravel pit. Find out what led to the accident and if the pilots and passenger survived in this special report prepared by the AOPA Air Safety Foundation.
It's this part that gave me pause:
"Find out what led to the accident and if the pilots and passenger survived in this special report"
Do we really need AOPA to be pitching articles like the local news shows? It's just the kind of thing that almost parodies itself:
"Is your drinking water contaminated with deadly poison? We'll tell you on Channel Six News at 11..."
Oh, by the way, they did survive. Sorry to steal your lede, AOPA.