Pilots who safely landed Southwest flight remember moment they knew there was trouble

Tammie Jo Shults and Darren Ellisor piloted the flight that made an emergency landing on April 17. "My first thoughts were actually, 'Oh, here we go,'" Shults told ABC News' "20/20."
1:03 | 05/09/18

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Tickets you where you were about what altitude. When you first new. We're passing through about 32003. When and we. A large. And rapid decompression. Aircraft dogs and thanks laughs a little more than a little over forty degrees. And we have a very severe vibration from the number one engine. It's. Checking everything. And that'll come happen no one's. My first thoughts are actually hoe here we go just because it seems like. A flashback to some of the navy from thing that we had done. That and really. Dare and resisted it very easy to communicate with and we had to use hand signals and because it was loud and there was. It was just hard to communicate for a lot of different reasons.

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