At what point did you realize something wasn't right?
It honestly was not until it hit the ground.
It was unlike any other landing, we just skid,
it was a bang and a bounce, and then just a slam on the brakes, skidding feeling as we were trying,
I mean, you could tell they were trying to stop the plane.
The pilots were trying to do their best to stop the plane,
but it was very clear since we went down that something was really wrong, and we did not land on wheels.
You didn't land on wheels at all or just the nose of the aircraft?
On the front.
I was actually sitting close to the front and so it was just a hard impact from the plane and then just a desperate try to stop the plane as quickly as possible.
What does that feel like with the nose of the plane, I guess, just scraping along the runway?
Does it bounce? Did you get jerked out of your seat?
It was definitely a hard impact where you could feel a jerk all the really a front jerk to your body,
and I think the scariest part was the kind of smell of the smoke, and I don't know whether the smell of the, burning smell, maybe the asphalt and the plane.
I'm not sure what that was.
You smelled something.
Probably the most frightening part of it all.
Did the chutes automatically deploy and everyone, or did the pilot say anything for the people to evacuate or how did that work?
It was a little bit, you know, not being in the situation ever before,
fortunately, I'm not sure exactly how it normally goes, but it was a bit of a delay.
They, you know, we weren't really sure what to do, and they actually, I think kept the doors closed purposely, I would guess to make sure the bottom of the plane, like I said,
there was that smell of burning inside it, and immediately you could hear water hitting the bottom of the plane.
I mean I don't know if that was to ensure there was no fire.
I'm not sure why that was.
The plane hit the field for a good bit, I mean for several minutes, and then there was sort of becoming smoke inside the plane.
And I think that was very frightening for the passengers.
It was just everybody's reaction to get up and want to get out of here, and you couldn't.
You're doing OK?I'm sorry?
Are you doing OK?
Oh yes. I mean, I feel extremely blessed,
you know, to have come off that, I mean, it just felt like the plane really could have broken in half, and I mean, it was just such a hard impact.
But I do, I mean, it was straitly coming down the slide and I mean, you know, seeing everybody rush.
It was really was, even more frightening after when you turning around and looking at it, with all the emergency crew and I know all the people who just, it was just, you know, kind of a really unbelievable feeling.
这是真的, 当你之后转身看到所有的应急人员甚至更可怕, 我清楚所有人都只是有一种难以置信的感觉。