The crew feathered the propeller, the aircraft however began to lose speed and height.
The crew therefore decided to put the aircraft down in a field in sight, the aircraft contacted the field's fence, during contact with the ground both propellers and other parts of the aircraft detached, the aircraft came to a stop 1.37nm from the end of runway 22.
Amazing that this old bird was still flying 72 years after rolling off the assembly line in Oklahoma City.
The aircraft lost height, the crew attempted an emergency landing outside the aerodrome. Two crew received injuries and were taken to hospitals.
Colombia's Aeronautica Civil reported the DC-3, registration HK-2663, plunged to ground a few minutes after takeoff at L (Z), two crew members were injured and were taken to hospitals.
The GRIAA reported that a runway inspection revealed fragments of the left engine's cylinders were found about 614 meters past the threshold runway 22.
The examination of the engines is currently in process.
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An Arall Aerolineas Llaneras Douglas DC-3, registration HK-2663 performing a flight from Puerto Gaitan to Villavicencio (Colombia) with 3 crew, was climbing out of Puerto Gaitan when the left hand engine (R-1830) failed.
Other than Colombian media reported (claiming the aircraft was carrying 14 passengers) the aircraft did not carry passengers.