American Airlines Flight 625Tuesday April 27, 1976
After touching down 2,200 feet down the runway, a go-around procedure was initiated. When there was no acceleration felt, the throttles were closed again. After attaining a nose-up attitude of 11 degrees, the aircraft ran off the end of the runway and struck a localizer antenna. The wingtip then clipped a hillside, the aircraft hit an embankment, went airborne and contacted the ground bursting into flames. The captain's actions and his judgement in initiating a go-around manoeuver with insufficient runway remaining after a long touchdown.