From: firstname.lastname@example.org (John Liebson) Organization: ISFSI Date: 08 Mar 95 02:59:51 References: 1
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In article <airliners.1995.196@ohare.Chicago.COM>, email@example.com says... >Also, why in hell did everyone run out the back door when the forward >cabin door was *open* with slide chute deployed ? Did this occur in the >actual event ? Seems silly for the crew to climb back up the rear >chute (which was *very* steep) when they could practically step inside >the forward door with the front gear collapsed ... While I don't know why people egressed the way they did in the movie, my fire service experience has taught me that people do VERY strange things in panic situations. For example, in airliner incidents, people have been found inside the hulls, people who probably could have survived the crash, but who apparently failed to exit because the door through which they entered was unusable. This sort of behaviour is seen in building fires as well; human nature plays a great role in how people react to unusual situations.