According to a Denver News Article, a pilot at Centennial airport successfully hand-propped his Cessna 182, but then was unable to get back in the aircraft before it taxied across an active runway, destroyed a few runway signs and then flipped over. The aircraft was a total loss.
Hate to see this happen to a great airplane like the Cessna 182. Note to self: When hand-propping an aircraft, set the parking brake, chock the wheels or, better yet, have someone else in the cockpit holding the brakes. Unfortunately for the pilot, I am sure the FAA will have something to say about the accident. “Careless and reckless” comes to mind.