A flight attendant's story of the crash
She paused as she waited while the other flight attendants check the passengers, going up and down the aisles to see if they were bracing properly. Then she resumed.
"Ladies and Gentleman, the signal to get into your protective position will be given by the captain about one minute before landing. The signal will be, 'Brace! Brace! Brace!' and the flight attendants will shout the word 'Brace'. "
"Remain in your position until the airplane comes to a complete stop. The flight attendants will then shout 'Release your seatbelt and get out', leave your belongings and get out through your assigned exit."
"What should I do with this? Should I throw it in the lavatory?" Jan Murray whispered.
As Jan brown finished briefing and hung up the microphone, She heard from behind her 'Psst! Psst! Psst!' She turned an saw Jan Murray, knees bent, hunched over with an oxygen bottle in her arms like a baby. She had completely forgotten about the lady having a heart attack.
"No" Jan brown whispered back thinking what could go wrong with that. "put it in a cart."
Jan Brown then strapped in to her seat. She tried to remember if she had covered everything in her briefing. She recalls seeing children in their parents laps and her telling them to put their kids on the floor.
She remembers thinking 'Oh my god this is the most ludicrous, thing i've ever said in my life.'
She recalls that she was telling people to put their prized possessions on the floor. In other words let's hope for the best. Everyone has a seatbelt. I was so appalled at what I was saying.
She looked around at her passengers and what they were doing before the call sounded.
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