The engine was dead. This was a concern, because Randy Carverwasn't driving his car; he was flying an airplane. A rental.Some 6,000 feet over a mountainous region in Pennsylvania. Mindy,his wife and childhood sweetheart, was sitting beside him. Their15-month-old daughter, Cidney, was in the back.
Randy attempted to re-start the engine, and it worked. It hummedalong just fine--for a moment. And then it stalled again. The planewas going down.
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