Transcript for 14-Year-Old Girl Survives Plane Crash
Turn to a remarkable survival story, a 14-year-old girl who walked away from a plane crash that killed her father. ABC's Phillip hmena has the details. I was with my dad and we crashed in a plane. Reporter: This morning, dramatic 911 calls capture the terrifying moments just after 14-year-old Anna Beth Hamilton survives a plane crash in the Idaho mountains. I'm scared. Reporter: The husky two-seater plane being flown by her father, Travis, going down last Thursday in a remote mountain range in the eastern part of the state. Nearly 9,000 feet up inaccessible for four miles. I don't know where we are. He's not breathing. Reporter: The brave teen attempting cpr four times, but Travis, an experienced pilot who once flew an apache helicopter killed in the impact. Anabeth able to escape the wreckage and call for help. Do you see a plane hovering above you? Uh-huh. All right. Can you wave to them, let them know you're okay? I am waving. Reporter: Using her cell signal rescue crews able to locate the teen. Airlifting her to a local hospital where she was treated for minor injuries. Miracle that his daughter is with us and a tribute to Travis' skill as a pilot as I'm sured he tried to minimize the impact when it happened. Reporter: A courageous story of survival in the face of tragedy. We're just very pleased that she's doing as well as she is. And we'll miss Travis very much. Reporter: Phillip Mena, ABC news, New York. Incredible, indeed, Phillip. Thank you.
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