A nasty wind gust took my P3P into a tree and a hard fall snapping the arm casting that rotates the gimbal left to right. Find attached a pic. #1 was apart of the #2 casting and snapped from the top of #2 leaving a hole in the #2 housing. The snapped surface of #4 fits into the visible vertical flange #3. You can't see where it snapped because of the ribbon cable. Hard holding the copter, camera and snapped gimbal so it would be in focus. Took 9-pics before I got a good pic. There are 2-red arrows involved with #3/#4 showing the snapped casting areas. #5 points at the edge of the ribbon cable. That edge is normally sealed. There is a split and I can see some copper wires although unbroken. I will assume the cable must be replaced. It appears as thought the ribbon cable unplugs .. but I'm not sure. This is a touchy area and castings are usually difficult to impossible to weld at this size. Have an awesome welder as my neighbor and will be showing him what happened. Camera/lens appear good. In my world this is major. Opinions/thoughts.