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The pilot reported difficulty in maintaining directional control of the aircraft during the later stages of the landing roll. The pilot indicated that the left main gear collapsed, the left wing contacted the ground and the nose wheel collapsed. The aircraft slid a short distance before coming to a stop. The pilot an his passenger were uninjured. Following the accident, the pilot observed that the right hand main tyre was partially deflated. Although the tyre was normally inflated prior to departure, it was unclear if this contributed to the pilot's difficulty in maintaining control of the aircraft during the landing roll.
 
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