A Plane Crashed Caught On Tape In Los Angeles

A plane crashed at Idaho forest, caught on tape by survivors inside the cabin, aired in the Youtube and Live Leak. All the passengers were survived and treated after rescued by a retired firefighter.

Video of the incident went viral and has been seen for million of times by disbelieving viewers to see the extreme god fortune of the passengers.

The pictures of the accident were captured by four men who were flying in the plane, including Nathan Williams, Tol Gropp, Alec Arhets and Les Gropp. The plane was piloted by the Les as they made way to grab a dinner but suddenly the plane lost attitude and descended rapidly toward the forest with cameras rolling.

Four men who were flying in the plane, including Nathan Williams, Tol Gropp, Alec Arhets and Les Gropp

Four men who were flying in the plane, including Nathan Williams, Tol Gropp, Alec Arhets and Les Gropp

“The first time you see it it’s kind of surreal because it’s full speed, you know, it’s seven seconds, it’s not very much time,” Tol Gropp told. “Within five seconds we’re on the ground, upside down, hanging from our seat belts.”

The men were suffered minor injuries but the pilot suffered the most, who has broken his jaw and ribs and has a fracture on cheekbone. They say they all retuned to work the following Monday with a new appreciation of their lives.

Plane crash survivors aren't usually able to watch the horrific moments they lived through after the fact, but four men who captured their plane

Plane crash survivors aren’t usually able to watch the horrific moments they lived through after the fact, but four men who captured their plane

“You see how fast something happens, something that’s life-threatening,” Williams said. “That’s kind of people’s worst fears and it kind of came true for us, in a way.”

However, the video was uploaded on the Youtube, shows the two minutes of crash the plane along with his father’s bloody injuries afterwards. In last four seconds of the incident are then replayed at very low tempo to see how the aircraft veers off widely into the treeline.

The camera was blocked by the wreckage and shows a heavily black screen as one of the passengers is heard moaning and another asks; “Everybody OK?”

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