In most accidents involving RVs, I take comfort in being able to figure out a cause and most of the time the cause is pilot judgment. We can and do have control over our aviation fate with constantly refined judgment.
But when it's the aircraft that appears to be the reason for an accident, it is an even more disturbing incident.
Such is the case with the crash of an RV-6 in Oregon, where two men died when the wing apparently separated from the plane.
The Lebanon Express has details here.