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Survive A Plane Crash Infographic

HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAN CRASH EACH DAY. 8.3 MILLION PEOPLE AROUND THE GLOBE STEP ABOARD SOME 83,503 FLIGHTS, THEY ALMOST ALWAYS LAND SAFELY, BUT IN THE RARE CHANCE OF A CRASH. THERE ARE SOME THINGS PASSENGERS CAN DO TO IMPROVE THEIR ODDS OF SURVIVING During the safety demonstration, count 1 the number of rows to the nearest exit. Then count the number of rows to the second nearest exit, remembering that it might be behind you. 2 Practice putting on and taking off your seatbelt to toad muscle memory. Check where your life vest and touch it. Learn the paper brace position: bend forward as far as possible. Keep your 3 head down. Place your feet flat on the floor and slide them back, Your dominant hand goes on theback of your head. Protect than hand by placing the other hand over it. Do not interlock fingers. The goal is to ensure that the bones in the stronger hand aren't broken so you can eventually unbuckle the seatbelt. Red lights always signal an exit because the color cuts trhrough smoke the best. Once an evacuation order is given, seconds count. Move quickly to the nearest exit and jump down a slide. If you hesitate, the flight attendants will push you out! 4 5 EXITO Always inflate life vests outside the plane. They can limit mobility in a tight space. Or, if water fills the cabin, passengers with inflated vests can be pressed up against the ceiling, unable to swim down to the door. SURVIVAL MASTERY Source: 3

Survive A Plane Crash Infographic

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Tips how to survive when plane crash occurs


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