Monday, 27 June 2016

Noah's Real life Hero (Captain Sullenberger)

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A brave, smart, skilled man by the name of Captain Sullenberger, was a great and noble pilot. Before he became a US pilot, he took lessons, and then training. He had to be a pilot with his co pilot First Officer Jeffrey Skiles on a passenger plane with 150 passengers inside. He flew that plane on January 15th, 2009, from New York's LaGuardia Airport, to International Airport in North Carolina.                                                                                                                        
The plane flew higher and higher as Captain Sullenberger steered the yoke carefully so they would fly straight to there destination. As the plane flew over the Hudson river, a flock of Canadian geese were flying by flapping their wings so they wouldn't drop. As the plane flew the Canadian geese got sucked straight into the engine.  People call it bird strike.

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As the smoke rose out of the plane, he had to land it, or it would be all his fault. He had to warn the passengers.“This is the Captain speaking, we have a slight problem with the engines, we will have to land in the water. Buckle up your seatbelts and hold on”

The plane shuttered and shaked everyone felt horrified, until the plane plunged in the water but didn't sink, 150 people screamed and shouted, Captain Sullenberger calmed them down and said “get on the wings the lifeguards will come” As he said the lifeguards came in a roaring boat. They all stood on the wings of the plane, as the lifeguards went away and came back dropping off people on the wing of the plane, Captain Sullenberger and Jeffrey Skiles both got on the wing of the plane and got carried back to land.      

All the 150 people that were on the passenger plane flown by Captain Sullenberger were saved and are very grateful for his bravery and skill.

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