|Date: April 8, 1929
||Personnel: Sgt. Karlis Karps, Sgt. Indrikis Strikkalejs
||Aircraft Involved: 2-seater, type unknown
- Karps and Strikkalejs had just completed a target practice exercise. With Karps at the controls, they were
circling their targets (marked on the ground) when he turned the machine too tightly and it lost airspeed, slipping
downwards from a height of approximately 60 metres.
- Karps suffered minor injuries. Strikkalejs received an injury to his foot and was hospitalized for a few days.
The aircraft was heavily damaged.