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Co-Pilot Sucked Out Plane Window After Airbus Windshield Shatters At 32,000 Feet | TIME

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The co-pilot of an Airbus A319 jetliner was sucked halfway out of the cockpit after the windshield of the plane suddenly shattered at 32,000 feet.
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Co-Pilot Sucked Out Plane Window After Airbus Windshield Shatters At 32,000 Feet | TIME

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