Robert Goyer's Cirrus SR22 in Midair Collision

Aircraft damaged, but luckily no major injuries sustained.

Cirrus SR22 windshield close up

Cirrus SR22 windshield close up

The Cirrus SR22 owned by Flying Editor-in-Chief_ _Robert Goyer was on its way to Easterwood Field when it impacted another aircraft at 3,500 feet msl. The SR22 was being flown by a friend and business associate of Goyer's at the time, and Goyer was not present. (Photos courtesty of KBTX)
Cirrus SR22 windshield

Cirrus SR22 windshield

The SR22's ****windshield imploded, and the airplane sustained substantial fuselage damage. It began a rapid descent, but was able to land safely at KCLL.
Cessna 152 midair

Cessna 152 midair

The other aircraft involved in the collision, a Cessna 152, suffered the loss of its right landing gear wheel. It was able to land safely, and the flight instructor and student aboard the airplane sustained no injuries.
Cessna 152 landing

Cessna 152 landing

Clear skies and 10 miles of visibility were reported at the time of the accident.