After surviving a disastrous plane crash, a couple takes a selfie. How they look after that is stunning!

If you survived a disaster a century ago, you would most likely go to a religious place and express your thanks and gratitude for your survival. However, in today’s world, a selfie is all that matters. On November 18th, a couple flying from Lima, Peru, experienced one of their worst nightmares when a firetruck driving through Jorge Chavez International airport crashed into their plane.

The fire truck rammed into the plane as it was about to take off around 3:30 p.m. The incident has laid the groundwork for further investigation. Unfortunately, two firefighters, Nicolas Santa Gadea and Angel Torres, were killed in the collision. Their firetruck collided with the LA2213 flight. Although no crew members or passengers were injured in the collision, it was a terrifying experience for them.

As a result, a couple took a selfie to show that they were safe despite having been through a difficult situation. The photographer, Enrique Varsi-Rospigliosi, later tweeted the image with the caption, “When life gives you a second chance #latam.” Surprisingly, the photo was quickly shared on the Facebook page A320 Systems, where several people expressed their condolences to the deceased.

“It’s very sad for the firetruck’s relatives,” one person continued. Perhaps the people in the photograph were unaware of the fatalities, or they were simply relieved to have survived. They may not have thought it through at the time and were telling their own family that they were fine. We can’t know what they were thinking because we weren’t in the accident.”

“This could have been a major disaster,” said another person who commented on the selfie. Everyone on board the plane is extremely lucky. We’re sorry for the firefighters who died in this accident. Every day, they put their lives in danger to save others.” “I express my heartfelt condolences to the relatives of Angel Torres and Nicolas Santa Gadea, brave firefighters who died in the accident,” Peruvian President Pedro Castillo tweeted. My thoughts and prayers go out to them. “I pray for the well-being of the injured.”

Following the crash, the airport’s operators, Lima Airport Partners, issued an update on the incident. “On the 18th of November, during the morning and until the start of the exercise, the firefighting team made all of the necessary arrangements to execute the maneuver,” the company stated. The Control Tower confirmed the 15:10 start time, which was set for the start of the maneuver, and the impact with the LATAM aircraft occurred at 15:11.”

However, the disaster that resulted in the selfie did not mention how the drill was not included in the runaway. “There is no authorization for the entry of any vehicle to the runway,” said Jorge Salinas, one of the directors of the Peruvian Corporation of Airports and Commercial Aviation. There is permission to conduct an exercise, but it will take place outside of the areas where transit currently operates.”

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