He reposted the video he posted in December, a passenger of one Boeing 777 -same guy with the aircraft at Denver that the engine caught fire during the flight – in which it seems that shortly after the take-off of the aircraft … the engine detached from its position.
The video caught a passenger on a flight to Japan and as he characteristically told Reuters, was on a Japan Airlines (JAL) flight from Naha Airport in Okinawa to Japan on December 4, when he heard a loud crashing noise followed by a huge vibration.
He looked out the window and saw a large metal panel hanging from the left engine of the plane. It was later confirmed that the engine had come off its seat at about 16,000-17,000 feet as the aircraft was going up.
“I was panicking in my mind, thinking how I was going to die.” he said, adding that the pilot had to make an emergency landing about 40 minutes after takeoff.
“I thought I would go crazy if I accepted the thought of death, so I focused on filming the situation.”
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