Written by Julia Prodis Sulek.
Rha Kyung Rhan experienced the best and worst of humanity during the crash of Asiana Flight 214: One man helped her with an extended hand and another hurt her when he yelled “Move!” then climbed over her and her teenage daughter in a panic to flee the smoking wreckage.
If you survived a plane crash, how would you behave?
We’d all like to think we would be brave, courageous, compassionate. But would we be?
The answer is almost impossible to predict. There are clues in our personalities and chemical makeup that can foreshadow how we might react in a disaster, experts say, but depending on the circumstances, we can surprise ourselves, for better or worse.
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