Southwest hero pilot and crew join "CBS This Morning" for live interview

Last Updated May 23, 2018 12:10 PM EDT

The hero pilot and crew of Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 joined "CBS This Morning" on Wednesday for their first joint live interview about the harrowing moments after the jet's engine exploded mid-flight and caused a window to burst. One passenger died

Capt. Tammie Jo Shults, co-pilot First Officer Darren Ellisor, and flight attendants Rachel Fernheimer, Seanique Mallory and Kathryn Sandoval described the frantic moments before the plane's emergency landing. They were hailed for their actions that helped save more than 100 passengers. 

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Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 crew

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The three flight attendants who were in the cabin have not spoken publicly since the incident. They are expected to provide a first-hand account of how they and fellow passengers responded in the moment of crisis.