New details on fiery Texas private plane crash

All 21 passengers and crew were able to escape safely after the private jet to burst into flames on the runway on Tuesday.
1:52 | 10/21/21

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Transcript for New details on fiery Texas private plane crash
You knew detailed on that fiery plane crash in Texas. In a miracle that all 21 people on board. Managed to get out alive the reefs are being used and would more on the investigation. And how was possible that everyone could have survived would no serious injuries. Good morning during. Good morning Michael BN TSB says they're still looking into that fire started when people were on the plane. It's a game changer if it did look experts say on average survived about sixty seconds without oxygen. You that 980 seconds did get off from a burning played. Everyone survived this crash. And this morning we're learning more about how they did it. This morning we're learning more about the survivors from this Texas crash. That ended with a plane skidding down a run weight and bursting into flames after the pilot aborted take off. 78 year old Patton Albers Stanley seeing other passengers how to jump in and help them onto evacuation slides on the plane originally headed to MLB playoffs in Boston Tuesday. Meld or one of two hospitalized for minor injuries. The pride big jet carrying 21 passengers and crew owned by Houston home builder. Who along with his wife and a ten year old were on the plane. A Pol Pot smoke was seen shooting out of an engine during the take off attempt. But experts say it's unclear who was related to the accident pilot Harry Johnson filmed that video. You gonna get and they get snow and it. And it goes pilots we go through this but it is a bad. But the fate that has arrived. Thank goodness for the pilots. And they didn't make it and Ken's family telling us that the 78 year old is still in good spirits he is laughing and joking even from the hospital. In back this Astros fan is still asking about the score of the game.

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