Not Worth A Life

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Flight attendants are trained to evacuate a fully loaded aircraft in less than 90 seconds using half the exits. That is the MAXIMUM amount of time before toxic fumes and flames overcome the cabin of a burning airliner making escape impossible.

Red indicates the seats in which the fatalites occurred in this disaster. Witnesses state that there was a pile up in the aisle behind passengers around row 10 who tried to collect their personal belongings from the overhead compartments, costing precious time.

The lone figure in the tail is Maxim, the 22 year old hero steward who is credited with saving many people by pushing them through the smoke and flames when his doors could not be opened. There are many photographs of surviving passengers on the tarmac with luggage. Each one of those suitcases may represent a human life in exchange.

There is NOTHING so important that it cannot be replaced.

Please remember, your life is far more important than a suitcase, and NOT the only one on that burning aircraft.

Fly safe.

26 thoughts on “Not Worth A Life

  1. trust me when I say that I’m going thru someone if a plane has to evacuate. they can be trampled under foot for being stupid. it culls out the bad DNA in us anyway. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  2. Wow … Is there a reason they do’t tell passengers things like this when they’re going through all the information before taking off? I know it should be obvious, but assuming people aren’t going to be stupid can be dangerous …

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