Megan was out with Stafford when they see a plane fall from the sky. It crashes into the power plant, blacking out the city. Megan and Tommy go the crash site. They learn from the survivors that a man went berserk and pulled out a gun and starting shooting. He shot out the windows which led to the plane depressurizing which led to the crash. Megan takes the bodies to the morgue, while Tommy tries to find the rest of the plane, Dunn goes with him. Megan learns that the man who shot the plane was the air Marshall and that he appears to have been drugged. While Tommy is driving around, he gets distracted and crashes. He manages to leave a message on Megan's phone. When she hears it, she panics. Adam offers to go out and find him, he and Kate get in the elevator to leave but suddenly the power goes out and they're stuck. Megan learns that something happened to the generator, while Curtis and Ethan go to check on it. Megan learns from the survivors who are at the morgue that one passenger ...
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The plane is shown as crashing due to a cabin window being shot out. This scenario is impossible, since planes have suffered far worse decompression and landed safely. For example, in 1988 United Flight 811 suffered the loss of a cargo door in flight, which resulted in several passengers being ejected, but the plane itself landed safely. In April 2018, Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 suffered an engine failure that damaged a cabin window. Again a passenger was ejected, but the plane landed safely. Planes that have crashed after explosive decompression suffered structural failure, such as the 2002 China Air 611 that crashed due to metal fatigue from a prior repair. See more
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