MAKE IT VIRAL:
With smoke billowing from inside the cockpit, this is the moment a co-pilot of a small airplane filmed his own crash-landing as he was on his way to a Thanksgiving family reunion.
The pilot, a retired naval aviator and test pilot, was flying from Virginia Beach in Virginia to Birmingham, Alabama, with his son and his girlfriend on November 28, 2013, in a Beech V35 when he was forced to make an emergency landing.
After three hours flying, the pilot heard a “loud pop” and the engine then lost total power.
In the video, oil starts to appear on the windscreen and smoke begins to fill the cockpit.
"The airplane was too far away to glide to the destination airport, so the pilot chose to perform a forced landing to a field," explains an official report.
To break up the tense situation. His son's girlfriend was doing her best Poodle impersonation.
SHE DID NOT WANT THIS RELEASED
WHO LET THIS HAPPEN?
17 SHAMELESS GIRLS
SHE WAS NOT EXPECTING THAT LOAD
LIVING THE FUCKING DREAM
SHE USED TO BE SO INNOCENT
1 OF THE BEST ORGASMS OF ALL TIME
WALKED IN ON MY ROOMMATE AND...
NEVER STICK YOUR DICK IN CRAZY