Myanmar Airplane Accident

December 26, 2012 - 10:33 AM
Australian advertising executive Anna Bartsch, a survivor of a Christmas Day crash-landing of a Fokker 100 jet, speaks about terrifying tales of escape during an interview at a Yangon hotel where the airline lodged passengers after evacuating them from the scene, in Myanmar, Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012. "We felt the first bump, then a few big bumps and then (started) sliding very fast," she said. The aging Fokker 100 jet was carrying 71 people, including 48 foreigners, from Yangon via Mandalay to Heho airport, which is the gateway to the popular tourist destination Inle Lake. Carrier Air Bagan said it had found the plane's black box and was investigating the accident that killed two people. (AP Photo/Zin Chit Aung)