Raumboot R121 picked up one seriously wounded(Gläser) and one slightly wounded. The dead pilot was stuck inside the wreck. Edy Gläser spent six weeks in hospital at Kristiansund N. He was later transferred to LW Lasarette in Trondheim. Gläser survived the war and is still going strong in 2005

The wreck was later blown up by the Germans.

Just small pieces left in the bog today.

Obfw.Karl Wagner rests at Havstein Cemetery in Trondheim.

Årsaken til havariet var betjeningsfeil. "Luftklappen" var ikke åpnet. Flyet måtte buklande på myra.

Photos 29.March 2003 © kjell sørensen
Remains of a German direction finder receiver. Peilgerät 6
This transfer flight ended with a forced landing in a bog at island Smøla in Nord-Møre. Obfw. Karl Wagner (KIA). Unteroffizier Edy Gläser was badly wounded. Uffz. Walter Leudert (Bordwart), slightly wounded.

Messerschmitt Bf.110G-2 Silberg Smøla

12./ZG 26 2N+EN Werknr.5414 25.8 1944