“Well, if you roll down the windows at 20,000 feet, thats certainly not going to let in fresh air and oxygen.”
And it may mess up your hair.
To: Uncle Slayton
Passengers who survive the crash landing of airliners commonly succumb to asphyxiation from smoke and toxic fumes while on the ground, unable to escape the confines of a wrecked fuselage. Some kind of emergency access to outside air would have saved many lives through the years.
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