Getting sucked out of an airplane at 20,000 feet may seem like a disaster scenario that could only happen in Hollywood.
For Chris Fogg, though, it was all too real. On June 27, the flight nurse was transporting a patient to a Seattle hospital aboard a twin-engine piper turboprop. As the plane was cruising at 20,000 feet, the window adjacent to Fogg's right shoulder exploded, causing a drastic change in pressure that sucked him out of the window, headfirst.
"I was just sitting in my seat,...Full Story