Date: September 28, 1957
Time: ?
Location: Islay-Glenegedale Airport, Scotland
Operator: British European Airways
Flight #: ?
Route: ?
AC Type: de Havilland DH-114 Heron
Registration: G-AOFY
cn / ln: 14099
Aboard: 3   (passengers:0  crew:3)
Fatalities: 3   (passengers:0  crew:3)
Ground: 0
Summary: The pilot did not appreciate that the air ambulance had rapidly lost height whilst he was making a visual half circuit to land. This could not have been due to the absence of sufficient visual reference in the prevailing conditions of darkness, very low cloud and drizzle. The urgent nature of the flight is considered to have influenced the pilot's decision to land.

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