The pilot of an Aviat Husky was practicing touch-and-go landings on runway 36 in Upper Sandusky, Ohio.
On his third approach, he noticed that the windsock was now favoring runway 18 and that the wind was gusting.
He did a go-around and made an approach to runway 18.
After landing, the left wing started to rise and the tail swung to the right. He applied left rudder, but the tail continued to the right and the main gear buckled, which brought the right wing down on the runway. The wing was crushed from the strut to the tip.
The NTSB attributed the accident to the pilot’s failure to maintain directional control while landing in gusty crosswind conditions.
NTSB Identification: CEN13CA136