Close to Death Experience

@creyos (276)
Indonesia
November 20, 2010 7:24am CST
Well,maybe it's too extreme to say it a Close to Death Experience, but I had few times incident in my life in which I felt that it's the end of my life at that time. First incident was when I and my parents had a family holiday to Korea. Everything was nice and fun until the journey back to my country. The plane that we took, I'm not sure what's happened, some said it's just a very bad turbulence. But what I felt at that time was the plane seemed to fall down twice which all peoples started to scream very loud, the children cried, the light was suddenly off, and the mask was pull out. I was so shocked and pray for the best. And the second incident is I got trapped in a lift for about an hour. There were 12 peoples in the lift and it's apparently fulled. For the first 10 minutes, I still could breathe normally, but not the minutes after. Unfortunately I stood at the back of the peoples and maybe the oxygen was becaming lesser and lesser then I started to breathe hardly. I knew that I shouldn't be panic otherwise it will be more worst. The rest 50 minutes was torturing me, I really can't breathe the oxygen by my nose and I almost fainted. Did you have the similar experiences? What did you feel at that time?
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4 responses
• United States
20 Nov 10
I know what you are saying as I use to jump into jet planes every weekend with the charity work I use to do and OMG, the ride is so bumpy I would pray the entire way. Each time I would say to God please understand that I am doing this specifically to help others in need. So if there is anything owed to me I would like it to only be my safety back for my kids.
@creyos (276)
• Indonesia
21 Nov 10
LoL, and why did you choose that adrenaline charity work? Or you have no other options?
• United States
21 Nov 10
I still do a bit of it but not as much as I did before, I do run-way modeling in West Hollywood, CA. Along side I have worked full time in the Medical Field.
@creyos (276)
• Indonesia
22 Nov 10
Wow! Run Way Modeling is much better than the adrenaline activities. If I tried to jump into jet planes once, I'm sure it will be the first and last one. Even after the flight incident, I was kinda afraid to get into the flight especially when there's turbulences I always grasped the hand holder very tight immediately.
• Indonesia
20 Nov 10
I had an accident 16 years ago, when i was in pre school. the motorcycle hit me and my mom in the pedestrian road. so i fainted, half of my face was bleeding, and my gum was split, i lost 4 teeth. luckily my mom could help me and many people came to help me. so i was sent to the nearest hospital. and for next couple months after that, i recovered. my face and my teeth returned back to normal. Thanks to God, my mom and other people that helped me at that time.
@creyos (276)
• Indonesia
21 Nov 10
Thanks to God who protected you. And did you dream something when you were fainted?
• Indonesia
22 Nov 10
hmm, i didnt think so. because i couldn't remember anything after I woke up.LOL
@Freezole (246)
• Malaysia
20 Nov 10
I got experience in accident between my motorcycle and lorry. i got fainted after the accident around 8 hour. i after i wake up and looking surround me it kind of weird, wondering where am i and what happen to me.Thanks God, i got a little bit scar and a bit pain in my back. but i heard people said the accident happen so terrible..they saw me flying and rolling 5 times on the road. my motorcycle also look so bad and need a lot of restoration.
@Freezole (246)
• Malaysia
21 Nov 10
As far i remember, nothing happen. it just like i sleep and wake up in the morning. to tell you, the accident happen so fast and i don't feel anything. i don't know what happen after i wake up.
• Singapore
21 Nov 10
That was sure scary. For me, I had it once too and that was last year, February. I was playing with all those exercise equipment that we have downstairs for all residents to use and I just happened to go to the leg exercising equipment where there are two swinging steel pedals for us to put our legs on and swing our legs. I don't really know what happened because I went to do this exercise the opposite way, in which I held the handle and put my legs in front of the pedals. Now the thing happened, I swung those pedals and I came down the equipment and the pedals hit me, right leg first, then the other. At that moment, I felt super intense pain and I hopped to the nearby bench. For all I knew, I blacked out for some 5 to 10 minutes. When I woke up, my spectacles broke on impact because I fell forward and the broken specs lacerated my left face, just below the eye. Now there's a very faint mark.