Terrifying footage has been released after a horrific plane crash in Nepal on Sunday.
Warning: Some readers may find the following story disturbing.
“Heartbreaking,” wrote one viewer.
“Those poor, poor people,” added another.
The plane crash happened on Sunday.
And it is believed that all 72 passengers died.
Most of us have taken a plane once in our life.
And if you’ve ever been on a flight, you’re familiar with cabin crew routines before takeoff.
Where they tell you how to get out, and how to fasten your seat belt.
Well, you’ll also remember that there’s a guide for front-seat passengers, which tells you exactly what to do in an emergency.
In addition to telling you how to put on your oxygen mask, there is another important part.
And here’s a diagram showing you how to position the brace in the unlikely event of an accident.
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But why was the braces position created, and who came up with it?
Well, the “world’s most experienced pilot” has revealed the secrets behind it all.
The purpose of this position is supposedly to prepare your body for impact, which helps protect the most important areas.
and is achieved by bending one’s hand over one’s head.
However, there are some rumors that suggest that it is designed to kill immediately upon impact.
Despite this theory, the pilot in question has denied it, stating that the former is the real cause.
Nick Eads, the world’s most experienced Boeing 747 pilot, recently revealed. LADbible: “What you’re trying to do is stop people from breaking their necks.”
He continued: “You’re just trying to get the body in a position that takes the least amount of damage. It’s like whiplash – you’re trying to avoid that sudden movement of the head, which This can result in serious injury if not death.”
And in his forty-year career as a pilot, he had to ask passengers to buckle up more than once.
Eads said: “I’ve had a couple where we had problems with the landing gear, and the cabin crew called out to all the passengers, ‘Brace, brace!'”
“Now, if you think about it, I’d say at least half – maybe three-quarters – of the passengers on the plane don’t speak English as a first language. And if you look at that Thinking about what ‘brace’ means?
He explained: “It took a long time for the aviation world to realize that if you’re suddenly thrown into an emergency situation and people start yelling ‘brace’ at you, you might think, ‘ What do they mean?'”
After reviewing the old way of working, Eades’ joint staff is now being asked to issue new instructions in the event of an emergency. “The position of the braces is going to be redundant, so the cabin crew won’t ‘brace’ you anymore.”
“They’ll say, ‘Put your head down, put your hands on your head. Put your head down, put your hands on your head.’ At the very least it puts one in probably the most stressful position they will ever be in to do anything in their life.
Eds also shared some other interesting information…
He gave some inside information on why they dim the lights and why passengers are asked to open the blinds before disembarking.
The pilot said: “In the 70s in Rhodesia, they had a war and there was a Viscount – which is a four-engine propeller plane – coming in to land.”
“But all were blind and it gave the terrorists – the gorillas in the jungle – something to shoot. What these people were doing was waiting for the plane to come in and the lights on. That fact. I could see something and they shot the two viscounts fatally.
Another reason is that it helps passengers in case of an emergency, or even a failed landing.
Edes continued: “Let’s say you’re landing at night. If the curtains were down and the lights were on, if everything suddenly went dark, the human eye would have enough to react to the change in light. It takes time.
He continued: “So what we do now is we dim the airplane for landing at night, and we raise the curtains so people can see out, and that way their eyes adjust to the light. Be done.”
He added: “Part of the eye opens and closes, and it takes a while to do that and adjust to the light, so it’s just adapting people to the environment, only if someone problem. You’ll have a much better chance of being able to see what’s going on and get out.”
However, there are some plane crashes that are always fatal.
And one such horrifying incident has gone viral this weekend.
Not least because the final moments of the shocking incident were captured on video.
The recent accident in Nepal is the country’s deadliest plane crash in three decades.
The Yeti Airlines flight was carrying 57 Nepalese, five Indians, four Russians, two South Koreans and one each from Argentina, Ireland, Australia and France.
It was only 27 minutes.
Four passengers were filming Facebook Live at the time of the accident.
“It’s really fun,” one of the men says to the camera.
Then a loud noise is heard, and the ship appears to turn to one side.
The screen then fills with flames and silence.
The four men in the video have been identified as 29-year-old Jaiswal, 28-year-old Anil Rajbhar, 23-year-old Vishal Sharma and 23-year-old Abhishek Singh Kushwaha.
A friend of the men, Vishal Koswal, has been spoken to. Guardian.
“Sonu was showing us the surrounding mountains on the call and was clearly excited, as were we,” Koswal said.
“He told me on the call that after landing in Pokhara, he would visit some temples there and then take the train back home in the evening.”
“It all seems like a nightmare, I still can’t believe we lost them all,” he added.
The Nepalese government has declared a day of national mourning.
We will not share the video out of respect for the victims and their families.
Rest in peace.
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