Among the people you'll meet:
Four people who survived a jumbo jet crash in Taiwan in 2000. They tell how they lived a terrible crash that killed almost half of the passengers when the jet crashed into some construction equipment during a storm.
John Diaz: A producer who has made more than 1,000 music videos, Diaz was on the plane when it crashed. "Right next to my feet the wall and the floor started to split, and then the next thing I know there's fire shooting right up next to my leg and that's when I undid my belt and stood up and screamed 'Move! Everybody move!'"
John Wiggins, a salesman whose product is, ironically, airplane interiors. Although he survived, the experience affected him, and he says he doesn't know if he will be able to fly anytime soon.
Also on the show: Tillie Tooter, an 84-year-old Floridian who survived more than three days trapped in her car, which had crashed off a highway into a swamp. "Now everybody knows that in Florida, you've got terrifying alligators, you've got snakes, you've got all kinds of critters," she says. "I was afraid to fall asleep because I felt that if anything crawled in, I could at least kick it away with my feet. I was up the entire time."
And meet four survivors of a Greek ferry accident in September, 2000:
Joanne Calabrese and Roger Mercaldi, an American couple on vacation in Greece. They were on a ferry, going to an island in the Aegean, when the boat began listing. Within an hour it had sunk.
"I thought we were gonna die, I really did," says Heidi Hart, another American who was on the boat, with her friend Christine Shannon. "I thought we were gonna be in the water and we were gonna die. But I thought, I will not go down without fighting for my life."
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