Check this list of people who managed to survive despite impossible circumstances. Their examples prove that everything is possible!
This stewardess survived an airplane terrorist attack in 1972. Terrorists planted a bomb in the plane cargo section, and it’s exploded at the 33000-feet altitude. It crashed on mountains after being disintegrated, but Vesna survived after breaking legs and vertebrae. It’s interesting that she wasn’t supposed to be there.
This man escaped many tragic incidents, including car accidents, detailed train, bus crash, etc. Frane also managed to win a lottery and get rich, so he is a very lucky person.
They lasted for more than 70 days after a plane crash. Perhaps, they succeeded because they were a rugby union team. Unfortunately, 12 people died, and 16 survivors needed to face hunger, frost, and scary mountains.
He was a researcher and survived after being hit by a particle accelerator beam. He wasn’t in pain, but a half of his face swelled up greatly and started to peel off after a few days. His intellectual capacity wasn’t damaged, but he got tired of mental work fast. Anatoli also lost his left ear hearing.
The lighting struck this man seven times, but he survived each time. Roy died when he was 71 years old because he shot himself due to personal troubles. His wife was struck only once.
He first conquered the Suila Grande west peak, but he badly wounded after a 100-feet drop. Joe survived and crawled three days back to his base camp.
This railroad switchman fell right in front of a moving train that cut him it two. Truman lost his kidney and legs, but he survived after waiting for paramedics for 45 minutes.
During a canyoneering journey, Aron’s right forearm was crushed by a boulder. He spent 5 days to lift it, but then he decided to amputate his lower arm. This is what helped him to survive.
This man survived after being hit both by a car and a train on the same evening in 2008. Robert was 48 years old when he was hit by a car, and he was hit by a train while going back from a local hospital to a camp.
This endurance runner lost his way in Sahara because of a sandstorm. He was disoriented and had no water or food. He survived nine days by eating bats and drinking his urine.