|Date: April 25, 1920
||Personnel: Peteris Abrams
||Aircraft Involved: Sopwith Camel #7
||Location: unknown, probably Spilve
- Soon after takeoff, at an altitude of about 100 metres the engine
stopped. The pilot looked for a place to land but was unable to turn
into the wind. Being forced to attempt a landing with the wind from
behind, the aircraft flipped over.
- Abrams was not hurt badly, but the aircraft was going to require
significant repair before being airworthy again.