Pakistan International Airlines Air crash , what are the lessons for us?


Original title: Pakistan crash survivor tells a terrible scene: instantly lost consciousness and woke up surrounded by fire [Overseas website compiled report on May 23] On May 22 local time, a Pakistani passenger plane crashed in a residential area near Karachi Airport as One of the survivors, Muhammad Zubair, described his personal experience at the time of the incident. According to the Pakistani media GeoNews reported on the 22nd, Zubair said that when the plane crashed in a residential area, people could hear the “screams”, “immediately after a severe impact, I lost consciousness.” He said that he felt good at the moment, except that his hands and feet were slightly burned. Source: The Associated Press Zubair said that he had planned to go to Karachi for Eid al-Fitr. The flight took off from Lahore Airport at 1pm on the day of the flight and everything was normal. “When the pilot announced that we were going to land in Karachi, he lowered the flying height slightly and felt shock two or three times.” He said bluntly that everyone was “praying” at that time, the pilot raised the flying height again and continued to land again after about 10 to 15 minutes . Zubair said: “The pilot judged the situation and observed a less crowded place and tried to land again, but unfortunately, the plane crashed.” Zubair said he lost consciousness instantly and woke up with smoke everywhere , “All I can see is smoke and fire, shouting in all directions, no matter whether it is an adult or a child, but I can’t see anyone.” “I opened the seat belt, saw some lights, and walked towards it, but I He must jump from a height of 10 feet (about 3 meters) to reach a safe zone. “He was then taken to the hospital. Zubair added that no one realized that the plane would crash and had been flying smoothly. “There was no chaos on the plane and it was stable before the crash.” Pakistani security forces, police and rescue personnel arrived immediately after the crash Rescue at the scene. According to the latest report from Agence France-Presse, the press secretary of the Ministry of Health in Pakistan, Milan Youssef, announced on social media: “A total of 99 people on board, 97 died, and 2 survived.” According to reports, in addition to Zubair, another survivor It was Zafar Masud, the chief executive of Punjab Bank, with only minor injuries. According to GeoNews, according to the list announced by the airline, there are 51 men, 31 women and 9 children on board. According to a video reposted by Indian media BTVI editor Aditya Raj Kaul on personal social media, the flight glides all the way from the upper right of the screen to the residential area, causing a lot of smoke and fire after the crash. (Overseas Network / Zhu Xiao) Click to enter the topic: A passenger plane crash in Pakistan Responsible Editor: Wu Jinming