Skip to comments.MH17 Crash: Malaysian Passenger Expresses Flight Jitters in Video
Posted on 07/17/2014 10:46:56 PM PDT by nickcarraway
The last glimpse of the downed Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was captured by Malaysian passenger Md Ali Md Salim moments before departure.
The 14-second video, which was uploaded on his Instagram account, showed other passengers stowing their luggage in the overhead compartment.
In the caption of the Instagram video, the 30-year-old seemed to have expressed his jitters flying home.
"Bismillah... #hatiadasikitgentar (In the name of God... feeling a little bit nervous)", read the caption.
The video has now made its rounds on YouTube and social networking site, Facebook.
Anyone have the YouTube link?
I hope they never knew what hit them.
Many of the bodies were intact, which suggests they did.
I still think that ultimately, there will be a Muslim behind this. Whether that be the Russ/Ukr that launched or the guy that gave him the weapons/funded it I dunno. But somewhere in this is a Muslim.
I don’t know. Sudden de-pressurization, a temperature of -40 or so.... I’m not an expert on this subject, so hopefully one will weigh in.
Nah, it was Putin. Someone told him it was a gay and lesbian charter flight.
Try screaming for 30 seconds. Then count on another three or so from that altitude before impact. That’s a long time to be hanging upside down in your seat. Hopefully they lost consciousness without going through that. I think of the couple of car wrecks I’ve been in and it all seemed like slow motion after the initial bump that sent my vehicle in directions I did not control.
Thank you. I had looked but could not find it. Much appreciated.
Why are they calling it a crash?....the plane was shot down.
Many of those victims rode their seats and plane sections to the ground fully Conscious .....chilling I know...but reality.
My heart goes out to the victims...that is no way to die..
According to latest I’ve read, shooters were “Cossacks.” Per radio transcripts.
How do we know that? Don’t people pass out due to altitude?