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It scary enough to witness a plane accident in real life, but to be inside a plane as it makes a crash landing is exponentially more terrifying. Two different angles of this small plane crash in Jumla, Nepal give us two different viewpoints. One is from a mountainside and one from inside the cabin. Luckily, everyone onboard was safe and an investigation into the cause of the rough landing is ongoing.

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