The Accident Investigation Board Norway is a public committee of inquiry. The purpose of AIBN investigations is to clarify the sequence of events and factors which are assumed to be of importance for the prevention of transport accidents. The AIBN shall not apportion blame or liability.
During take-off the airplane lost a door which is a part of the canopy. The pilot decided to return to the airport. On short final the airplane lost altitude surprisingly fast and hit an antenna near the runway threshold. The collision caused serious damage to the aircraft's hori...
New investigation of accident Oslo Metro
Wednesday 16 July 2014 a Metro train collided with an obstacle approximately 150 metres inside the tunnel before arriving at Oppsal metro station.
No one was injured.
During landing circuit training, the amphibian type Progressive Aerodyne Searay veered of the runway and continued until it hit a ditch. The pilot, who was the sole occupant, was not injured. The aircraft was substantially damaged. No mechanical failures which explains the accide...
Report on marine accident Polaris I, IMO no 4500163, personal injury, Ymerbukten bay in the Isfjord on Svalbard, 21 August 2012
The accident took place on 21 August 2012 at approximately 1006, in connection with the vessel Polaris I sailing a 12-day cruise around Svalbard. The passengers and guides were on a daytrip in rubber dinghies in Ymerbukten bay in the Isfjord on Svalbard. While the dinghies were n...
The 3rd of October 2013 an articulated lorry overturned and landed on its side. The driver was killed in the accident.
This report is in Norwegian only. No safety recommendation is issued in connection with this investigation. The report will shortly be translated to English ...
On Thursday 1 August 2013, train 123 hit a vehicle that had queued up on the Enebekk level crossing at the Østfold line, between Råde and Fredrikstad. The driver managed to leave the vehicle immediately before the train crashed into the car, but suffered minor injuries as the car...