When we imagine planes crashing, boats sinking, tsunamis and massive fires, images of mass and near immediate death almost always surface. While riding in a plane is statistically far safer than a car, surviving a plane crash is far less common than surviving a car crash. So, when we hear stories of aircrafts careening out of the sky, there is often a body count.
However, not all sunken boats or crashed planes lead to mass death, there are survivors who carry intense memories of flaming buildings, long swims toward survival, and planes that toppled into fields.
[srry in advance for bad english]
Since I live in Chile, I'm used to earthquakes, perhaps in some countries an earthquake of magnitude 6.0 in the Richter scale is something big, but here is kinda normal, but the one I will never forget is the 8.8 earthquake in the Richter scale that happened in Santiago of chile.