Juliane Koepcke was flying over the Peruvian
rainforest with her mother when her plane was hit by lightning. She survived a
two-mile fall and found herself alone in the jungle, just 17. More than 40
years later, she recalls what happened.
It was Christmas Eve 1971 and everyone was
eager to get home, we were angry because the plane was seven hours late.
40 years later, return to the crash site
Suddenly we entered into a very heavy, dark
cloud. My mother was anxious but
I was OK, I liked flying.
Ten minutes later it was obvious that something was very wrong.
There was very heavy turbulence and the plane was jumping up and down,
parcels and luggage were falling from the locker, there were gifts, flowers and
Christmas cakes flying around the cabin.
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