I was just getting ready to say that.
But, at first I was thinking it was a bird strike because I saw this in the eventLog stream
40.088 : 3038 [L-FDI][CTRL]: fault on , impact_in_air
I had seen this in an incident with my M2 which had almost certainly been a bird strike.
Here, the cause of that message was due to the impact with ground while it had not been determined that that the P4PV2 was near the ground.
Another side note. It’s apparent that the P4PV2 tumbled. This makes it difficult to see the CW rotations just looking at the attitude data. Typically the P3 won’t tumble, it just rotates about the Z axis and pancakes into the ground. To see that this one rotated about the Z axis while tumbling we can look at totalGyro:Z (blue) which is gyroZ integrated. This shows a 1°/sec CW rotation about the Z axis. Also seen are rotations about the other two axes.