First off, let me say how saddened I am by the news of the crash of Asiana Flight 214. I have been praying for the families of all that were and continue to be effected by this crash. I was devastated to learn that the two reported fatalities were teenage girls headed to camp. My heart is breaking for their families. I always try to take something away from tragic events like this (and not necessarily things rooted in fear, ie. never traveling by plane again)–it helps me process things.
So here’s what I know-the flight was a routine flight from South Korea flying into San Francisco-no issues were reported indicating that there was any type of engine failure and the crash was seemingly UNEXPECTED–the survivors note that they were issued NO WARNING before crash-the plane crashed, the tail broke off, the plane spun and was ignited in flames
When I had heard about the crash, the fatalities had yet to be reported. My first thoughts aside from being horrified was this is why Baby T will be in a car seat when we fly. Continue reading