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Teen Survived After Flight in a Wing of Boeing-737
25.09.2007 13:06
Teen Survived After Flight in a Wing of Boeing-737

A 15-year-old Russian teen Andrey Scherbakov has committed the most unprecedented flight in the history of Russian aviation: he flew a distance of 1300 kilometres (from the Russian city of Perm to Moscow) inside a wing of Boeing-737. The boy spent 2 hours at a temperature of -50C.
      Andrey Scherbakov was found at the airfield of Vnukovo Airport in Moscow by the airports staff and then delivered to hospital. The boy was diagnosed with deep frostbites of his legs, arms, and hands. The medics said they could hardly put off the boys coat and shoes as his frozen limbs had grown in size so much.
      Now the boy is in a very serious condition at hospital in his native city of Perm and there is also a probability that his hands may be amputated. However, according to the medical workers, it is a miracle that Andrey has survived after spending 2 hours at such low temperatures.
      According to the boy, he flew to Moscow trying to escape from his family as his father is alcoholic. It is still unknown how the boy managed to get in the Boeing wing and remain unnoticed.
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