Kenneth Caubble and his son Harrison rented a plane to fly from Jonesboro, Arkansas, to Stillwater, Oklahoma, for Harrisons freshman orientation at Oklahoma State University. Everything was going well until they were 2,000 feet in the air and the engine began to stall, forcing the father-son pair to make an emergency landing in a nearby parking lot. As if free-falling from high altitudes wasnt exciting enough, the plane caught on fire and flipped upside down before the two escaped. Miraculously, no Caubbles were harmed in the crash.
If this happened to me (or any other sane person), youd never catch me on a plane again. Almost immediately after the crash, Harrison caught a flight with another pilot friend and still made it in time to register for fall classes. He plans on majoring in aviation. You go, Harrison Caubble. Well be here, on the ground.