Christmas Miracle: Girl Survives Jungle Plane Crash

A 12-year-old survived two days pinned in a plane crash in the jungle.

Christmas Miracle: Girl Survives Plane Crash

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On Dec. 23, 2007, a single-engine Cessna 172 with four people aboard crashed in the jungles of Panama.

Along with a pilot, the plane was carrying Michael Klein, a California hedge fund manager, and his 13-year-old daughter Talia along with Talia's best friend, 12-year-old Frankie Lewis. Everyone was killed except Lewis, who miraculously survived.

According to reports, one wing clipped a tree high up on the Baru Volcano (the peak has an altitude of 11,00 feet), 270 miles west of Panama City, and the plane landed upside-down.

Lewis, who is 12, spent two-and-a-half days in freezing temperatures, with no food or water, suspended upside down, before she was found.

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