Fate Or Destiny? Plane Crashed In Peru With 99 On Board And Only One Survived

Do You Believe In Fate And Destiny?

Plane Crashed In Peru With 99 On Board And Only One Survived

LANSA Flight 508 was a Lockheed L-188A Electra turboprop, registered OB-R-941, and was operated as a scheduled domestic passenger flight by Lineas Aéreas Nacionales Sociedad Anonima (LANSA),

It crashed in a thunderstorm en route from Lima, Peru to Pucallpa, Peru, on December 24, 1971, and ninety one people on the plane died.

A Miracle? Or Fate And Destiny?

The sole survivor was 17-year-old Juliane Koepcke, who fell 2 miles (3 km) down into the Amazon rain forest, still strapped to her seat, and she remarkably survived the fall.

And was then able to walk through the jungle for ten days until she was rescued by local lumbermen!

Who Was On Board?

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Babies And Toddlers Are In Jail In Nepal – Maybe Help Save Them!

Social Worker Pushpa Basnet Is Getting Babies And Toddlers Out Of Prison

Pushpa Basnet Is Stopping Babies And Toddlers From Going To Jail In Nepal

Pushpa Basnet is a social worker and the Founder/President of the early Childhood Development Center and Butterfly Home, which are non-profit organizations, in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Basnet started her career at the age of 21, while she was still an undergraduate in Social Work, and in 2005, as part of her college assignment, she visited the women’s prison in Kathmandu.

She was totally dismayed when she saw babies and toddlers living with their mothers behind bars, and went on to raise 70,000 rupees (about $885) from her close friends and sister, and then started a non-profit daycare program to care for the children – The Early Childhood Development Center (ECDC).


In 2007, she went on to open a residential home for kids to live outside the prison year-round while still visiting their mothers on holidays.

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Navy Seal – Michael Monsoor Died That Others Might Live!

Michael Monsoor, a Navy Seal, has been posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor!

Monsoor, a Navy SEAL, was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for jumping on a grenade to save his fellow comrades .


Michael Monsoor was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for throwing himself on a grenade to save his fellow comrades.

And a tear rolled down President Bush’s cheek on April 10, 2008 as the citation was read in the East Room of the White House.

And one of the survivors put it this way ..

"Mikey looked death in the face that day and said, ‘You cannot take my brothers, I will go in their stead’".


Monsoor was previously awarded the Silver Star for dragging a fellow wounded Navy Seal to safety whilst under fire.

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Naval Disasters – Violet Jessop Survived Three Naval Catastrophes

Violet Jessop Survived Three Naval Disasters

Not Only The Titanic But Two Others Too!

Violet Jessop, who was a stewardess and nurse, is most famous for surviving the sinking of the Titanic.

Violet Jessop survived thee naval disasters


But what’s not widely known is that she survived two other serious naval incidents as well.

Jessop was on:

The Olympic which was in a serious collision

The Titanic which sank

The Britannic which sank

The Olympic

Violet served on the White Star Liner, the Olympic, which was the Titanic’s sister ship, that suffered a serious collision with the HMS Hawke in 1911.

Miraculously, considering the damage each ship sustained, neither vessel sank and they were both able to limp back into port unaided and under their own steam.

The Titanic

No longer able to work on the Olympic,Violet joined the Titanic’s crew.

She was asleep when Titanic hit the iceberg.

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Regular Exercise Probably Saved Him From Necrotizing Pancreatitis

Regular Exercise Probably Saved Leon Harris From Necrotizing Pancreatitis

Leon Harris is an award winning American journalist and newscaster.

Leon Harris Survived Necrotizing Pancreatitis

Harris was born to Leon Sr. and Lorrene Harris in Akron, Ohio.

He has three brothers: Marcus, Jerry, and J.J., who still reside in Akron; and a sister, Kimberly, who lives in Houston.

Born: 1961, Akron, Ohio, United States

Education: Ohio University

August 1, 2013

Harris woke up unable to follow his normal routine of taking his dog for a walk, going to the gym and heading off to work.

He had an acute pain in his stomach and vomited several times.

"My foot hit the floor when I got out of bed and boom! I hit the deck. I mean I had this pain in my stomach I think the most intense pain I’ve ever felt".

Harris says.

His wife Dawn says he suggested that they go to the hospital, and she said,

“Let’s go!”


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