MIAMI, November 29, 2021 – A 26-year-old man escaped hiding In the cabin of a carriage on a trip From a passenger plane landed a Miami. A feat, given the high percentage of deaths among those who previously tried to do the same, to enter the United States illegally.
The 26-year-old had ‘legitimised’ Guatemala, bringing the flight more than 1,000 kilometers in a Boeing 737 chariot that flew for two hours and six minutes at speeds of up to 526 miles per hour, reaching an altitude of 33,000 feet (more than 10 kilometers) with temperatures at minus 50 degrees. Finally, in Miami, he took a taxi for 29 minutes before arriving at the gate, at which point the man got off, took two steps and sat between the stunned looks of the airport workers. And they rescued him immediately and brought water, “He survived! He survived!” Someone shouted.
But he was luckyIn fact, hiding in the carriages of scheduled flights is a desperate attempt for expats, and it is difficult to survive. The Federal Aviation Administration has announced that since 1947 as many as 129 people have attempted the hazardous flight and that nearly all of them “died from injuries or in flight.”
Instead in 2014 a 15 years I managed to survive a five-and-a-half hour flight between San Jose, California, and Maui, Hawaii. On the contrary, it was shocking in London in 2019, the death of a man who fell from the landing gear cabin of a Kenya Airways plane bound for Heathrow: crashed into the garden of a London home, never his identity. Discovery.
“Infuriatingly humble analyst. Bacon maven. Proud food specialist. Certified reader. Avid writer. Zombie advocate. Incurable problem solver.”