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问题：Parachutists forced to jump early after plane engine stopped mid-air, ATSB report finds
Four parachutists were forced to bail out of a light plane as it lost altitude in skies south of Adelaide earlier this year when the engine cut out mid-air, according to an Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) report.
The incident, which happened on February 3, involved a single-engine Cessna 206 which had taken off from Aldinga — a popular departure point for skydivers because of its proximity to the McLaren Vale wine region.
"After landing, the fuel tanks were dipped and it was found that the right tank was empty while the left tank had 110 litres of fuel on board," the ATSB's briefing stated.
"The pilot said that he likely forgot to change fuel tanks because he was distracted due to radio calls and high workload."
The ATSB said the incident served as a warning about the need for pilots to be vigilant about fuel systems.
"Accidents involving fuel mismanagement are an ongoing aviation safety concern," it said.
"In this instance, selecting the appropriate fuel tank during checks would have avoided the pilot having to manage fuel during a high-workload period."