Plane Crash In The Rockies Leaves Men Stranded | I Shouldn't Be Alive S4 EP4 | Wonder


Trainee pilot Justin Kirkbride takes two friends, Tommy and Larry, on a sightseeing tour of the Rocky Mountains, but crashes on a steep, snowy mountainside. Larry breaks his leg, while best friend Tommy is knocked unconscious. Only Justin escapes unscathed. He decides to hike 45 miles down the treacherous mountainside in search of help. As darkness falls he picks up a cell signal and manages to summon a rescue helicopter. He joins the rescue pilots in the search for his two missing friends, but their crash site is hidden by thick pine forest.

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Date: May 17, 2020

42 thoughts on “Plane Crash In The Rockies Leaves Men Stranded | I Shouldn't Be Alive S4 EP4 | Wonder

  1. And…this is why you bring a spare handheld radio, first aid and survival kit, and plan for your surroundings by dressing for the intended weather around you when you fly. Easy to say I know but good planning means chances for survival.

    Also….file a flight plan so that way if 30 minutes passes after you were supposed to arrive they start calling and then if they still can't find you they send people out to search for you

  2. Amazing stories of survival for sure. I'm hooked. These shows are so well done, they are Oscar worthy. The acting is superb. The stories of survival. I'm amazed.

  3. The only thing that saved those men was Tommy’s beautiful mullet. That Kentucky waterfall had the powers to keep them going. Tommy, here’s to you and your magical mullet.

  4. To all future plane crash victims that end up in waist high snow ~ pull seats or seat backs and strap them to your feet. They act as snow shoes and make it easier to walk.

  5. the pilot should have made a shelter and a big fire. Spend the night all 3 together. They have water (snow) and fire, thats all they need. and the next day he can go out to find help early in the morning. this episonde was a little bit annoying. They took very stupid decisions. They didnt take hypothermia as priority, their priority was to not sleep there…. absurd.


    What an ordeal, terrifying for them all. But poor Justin, OMG….I wonder if he flew again? I know I'd be leaving my feet firmly planted on the ground after that.

  7. That is freaking unbelievable that Justin was in a second plane crash! That really does just freak me out. I was not expecting the second crash at all!

  8. "I started to think about my loved ones and my dog". People are so alone and isolated, they try to find friendship and love in animals. That is okay, but nothing is like a good human fellow .

  9. I just rolled off the bed and had to use my phone light to search for my charger cable. But it couldn't
    be found 😟.. I hope me and my phone make it through the night.

  10. My wonderful dad, a pilot, back in the day, (started out in a J-3, and ended up being multi engine certified), told me 2 TRUTHS. A "GOOD LANDING" is one you walk away from…a "GREAT LANDING" is one where you can actually fly/use the plane again. TRUER WORDS WERE NEVER SPOKEN❤❤❤❤❤💖💞💙💙💞💖🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

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