Rescued When a family outing in a private plane takes a tragic turn a Memorial Day trip becomes an unforgettable hours of danger rescue efforts and miracles On a clear Saturday morning professional fir

  • Title: Rescued
  • Author: Brian Brown Eileen Chambers
  • ISBN: 9780736955607
  • Page: 251
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When a family outing in a private plane takes a tragic turn, a Memorial Day trip becomes an unforgettable 15 hours of danger, rescue efforts, and miracles.On a clear Saturday morning, professional fire captain and private pilot Brian Brown, his wife, and younger daughter headed out in their Cessna Sky Hawk for a weekend with their elder daughter But unexpected severe condWhen a family outing in a private plane takes a tragic turn, a Memorial Day trip becomes an unforgettable 15 hours of danger, rescue efforts, and miracles.On a clear Saturday morning, professional fire captain and private pilot Brian Brown, his wife, and younger daughter headed out in their Cessna Sky Hawk for a weekend with their elder daughter But unexpected severe conditions send the craft into the treacherous War Eagle Idaho mountainside a remote place that would make communication and rescue nearly impossible if they survived.This captivating story, featured on The Today Show, is about a family in crisis, emergency plans for survival, and the incredible orchestration of local, state, and national rescue workers who brave unpredictable obstacles to accomplish the unimaginable.An intriguing account of faith and courage reminds readers that one s darkest hour can become the landscape for miracles to unfold.

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    1. A true account of a family that miraculously survived a small plan crash. Although I found the rescue logistics and protocols interesting I did find that there was too much information about the experience and qualifications of each of the numerous personnel that were involved in the chain of events. I also found the too many acronyms difficult to keep track of and I tended to skim-read some parts. I did however enjoy the human side of the story and I'm glad I read it.

    2. Pilot and firefighter Brian Brown, his wife and younger daughter head out in his plane for a weekend with the older daughter. Unexpected, severe weather sends the plane into the side of the mountain. Injured, cold and with little provisions in a remote area, they question if they will make it off the mountain. Then God intervenes.This is an amazing story. A plane like this flown into a mountain just doesn’t equal survivors, but the plane hits in the only way it could hit and not kill everyone. [...]

    3. If you enjoy the retelling of real life adventures, you will enjoy this book. The author recounts a plane crash and does it so well you can picture everything he describes in your head. I gave this book 5/5 stars. I thought the book was well written and did not contain any useless information. What I mean by that is the whole book keeps you on the edge of your seat and thankful you are there and not on a plane! I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys real life stories, adventure stories [...]

    4. I loved how Brian Brown credited his family's rescue to God.He did a great job of letting the reader into his heart as he described his marriage, family, his work as a fireman, and the joy he felt in owning a plane.The book included many other perspectives, which tended to bog me down as a reader, (I confess to speed- reading some parts), but it was interesting to see how everyone's piece fit into the puzzle.The only problem for me was that my husband took a trip in a small plane right after I r [...]

    5. Riveting True StoryIf you were in a plane crash, how would you survive? What would you do? This is an actual account of a small plane crashing in the wilderness with a family aboard. It is truly riveting, and will bring you to tears. The writers tell the story in both the first person view of the family and from the first person view of the responders. It makes a good story, great. I would recommend this to everyone who has a family, who flies, who is a first responder, or who knows a first resp [...]

    6. This book is written by Brian Brown, a firefighter that crashed his small plane in remote Idaho mountains in 2012. Miraculously, Brian, his wife and youngest daughter survived without serious injury. It was interesting to read about the events that led up to the crash and the family's experience. But the book lost me when it got into too many back stories and perspectives of the rescuers. I would have preferred to hear more about what Brian's wife and daughters were thinking.

    7. I think the beginning was good but once they got to the actual rescue part, I ended up skipping through alot of it. I'm ok with the search and rescue team giving their half of the story but there was like 10 plus people giving different accounts and each one had a separate backstory as to how they got involved. That was a drag. I also wanted an epilogue, where are they now type ending. Besides all that, I thought the story was good.

    8. Interesting read about a family's rescue. I liked reading what the father wrote about it but then it went into everyone involved in the rescue. Too much technical jargon for the average reader like myself. I got thru the book but could have done without all the introductions of the rescue workers, etc.

    9. Interesting but not great literature. True story of a family surviving a plane crash in the rugged mountains of Idaho. A family owned plane flying over the mountains from Sacramento to Mountain Home, Idaho was caught in a quick snow squall and crashed into the side of a mountain. All three survived.

    10. Sometimes I was a little impatient when reading each person's take on how the rescue was going but all in all I found it fascinating to read about something that happened so near to where I live and happened with people who live in my community taking (a very small) part in the rescue.

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