On its journey from New York to Dallas, Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 suffered a serious accident. One of the plane’s engines failed, forcing the pilot to make an emergency landing. And it became apparent to flight attendants that many passengers hadn’t listened to the in-flight safety instructions.
When the engine on Flight 1380 failed, it fired shrapnel into the fuselage of the aircraft. Additionally, it ripped out one of the windows, meaning that the cabin quickly depressurised. Suddenly, five crew members and 144 travelling passengers were in serious trouble.