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200 people sucked out of airplane

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http://www.thisislondon.com/news/articles/...ning%20Standard

At least 200 passengers are feared dead after they were sucked out of a plane at 7,000 feet when a door opened.

The Russian-made aircraft suffered a catastrophic loss of cabin pressure which caused a "terrifying vacuum" while flying over Congo.

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Jeez, thats freaky! blink.gif

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What A terrible tragedy.

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That's very sad sad.gif

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They never had a chance.

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That is very sad ... sad.gif

I never heard about them in the news ???

Poor people sad.gif

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How come everone else did not die? blink.gif

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Can you imagine sitting in the seat and watching the plane fly away from you as you fall?

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It's just like in ALIEN RESURECTION when the baby alien got sucked WHOOOP!

in through a tiny hole. So its legs went in first at you could watch the baby alien jello-tize almost as it was being sucked in,including its guts n' stuff..I cant help imagining a bunch of people being squished through that door and out of it... that's terrible.

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