Is it the one where the guy videos a Citation landing downwind and then runs off the runway into the lake (the Citation, not the bloke). The aircraft, after being evacuated (pilot fails to shut the aircraft down) then spends ten minutes on its own doing a hovercraft impression across the lake?
Apart from trying to land down wind, the airport stating ""Arpt CLOSED to jet traffic" and the required landing distance required for the Citation with a 10 knot tail wind being 3,570 feet and the airport only having 2,948 foot and after the accident, he didnt secure the aircraft, it was a good day out.
There was a similar case in the UK a few years back. A biz jet landed in a rain storm at Southampton and skidded off the end of the runway and onto the M27. Miraculously there were no major injuries, other than a white van driver who sh*t himself inside out
I cannot remember whether he landed downwind - I think he did.