This one . . . not so much.
On 3 April, a Spanish Air Force EADS Casa C-295 made a very bumpy landing at the airfield of Santa Cilia-Los Pirineos. The aircraft failed to slow down, went of the runway and fell into lower ground.
A total of nine injured people were reported, one of the pilots received severe head injuries.
Here's video of the landing. You'll need to watch in full-screen mode to see any details - the photographer didn't zoom in on the plane.
It looks like the pilot(s) screwed up big-time. I haven't seen pictures of the aircraft after it came to rest, but looking at the way it bounced (torquing the airframe and over-stressing the undercarriage), I suspect it'll have to be almost completely rebuilt before (if ever) it flies again. It might be cheaper to simply scrap and replace it.
I'm glad I wasn't aboard for that landing!