On my 3rd day of ownership of a Phantom 3 Standard and had a crash today. Every time I had been going out over the last few days I had done a calibration beforehand but this time I didn't (from what I read, you don't need to do it every time unless you're in a vastly different area). After taking off and flying for 2 mins, dji go was reporting compass error and I noticed the drone flying away. I immediately descended but it was still moving horizontally. I assume it was only wind moving it away and the drone would have remained idle if no wind, in this position? At this point, I was panicking and wanted to take it down as safely as possible. In hindsight, I could have used the camera feed to try and manually steer back, but panic prevented this. I ran after the drone and just when I saw it about to hit an object, I used the remote to descend it to the ground and the drone tumbled over. I then dropped the remote and ran over to it, it was still powered up and whilst holding the drone, I could not power it off. I tried clicking twice on the battery and then a long press and it failed to power down the motors. I eventually had to rip the battery out to finally stop it. So..... I guess the biggest lesson I need to achieve is learning how to steer the drone manually in the event the gps fails? I really did not expect the GPS to be lost so easily. Next, I don't know why the drone didn't shut off when 1. it crashed and 2. I tried to turn it off via the drone battery button. Is there anything I could have done to shut it off? Also, I don't know why the device had a compass error at all. I was flying on a big football field which I didn't anticipate would have much interference... and I had probably 10 gps satellites listed when I took off. I am also running latest firmware. As for the P3S... I broke a propeller blade but otherwise the drone seems to work fine. Lastly, any tips on how to get the logs from this flight? Will I be able to diagnose much about what happened?