Sadly plane crashes typically leave few survivors, it seems, but Monday news broke that a girl survived a jet crash in the French Alps. Reuters shared the details on March 4 of the crash that killed two but left one young girl alive.
The jet crashed Monday in the French Alps shortly after takeoff. The PRM1 corporate jet left Annemasse, a small airport near Geneva on the Swiss-French border, and had trouble almost immediately. Officials indicate that it hit the roof of one house before it crashed in the yard of another. Nobody on the ground was injured, but two of the people on the plane died. The girl survives the plane crash with multiple fractures and other injuries, but it seems she will be okay.
The Epoch Times shares that the pilot was a man in his 50s, and it is believed the girl was his daughter. Reports indicate she may be around 15 years old. Details regarding the other passenger who died have not been released. The girl survives the plane crash with non-life threatening injuries, but she reportedly has burns in addition to severe injuries to her pelvic region.