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Captain Sully

On Jan. 15, 2009, three minutes after takeoff on a routine flight from La Guardia, N.Y. to Charlotte, NC, US Airways Flight 1549 suddenly fell from the sky. Without power, veteran pilot Capt. "Sully" Sullenberger decided to ditch the Airbus A320-214 into the frigid waters of the Hudson River. Over the radio, he announced ‘brace for impact” and moments later the plane’s fuselage cracked open upon impact with the river. All 155 people aboard survived. The media called it the “Miracle on the Hudson”, and Sully was celebrated as a hero for his grace under pressure. How did Sully’s incredible instincts and skill save 155 lives in a situation where most other pilots would have failed?


Dale Earnhardt Sr.

On February 18, 2001, NASCAR superstar Dale Earnhardt Sr. was killed in a crash on the Daytona 500 racing track in front of 250,000 people. How could this fearsome and fearless driver, driving a car he knew, on a track he knew, die in an accident that looked minor by NASCAR standards? Investigators wanted to know how a seemingly mild crash killed Dale Earnhardt. The ensuing investigation revealed a shocking case file that rocked NASCAR to its core.


Evel Knievel

Why did Evel Knievel, a daredevil performer who was famous for spectacular, airborne, motorcycle stunts, crash during his famous Caesars Palace, Las Vegas stunt?


Gloria Estefan

On March 20, 1990, a tour bus carrying Gloria Estefan, the singer star of the Miami Sound Machine, and her husband, son and two of her crew, was travelling through Pennsylvania’s snowy Poconos when a tractor-trailer had just jack-knifed across the icy road in front of Estefan’s bus. Her driver Ron Jones stopped in time to avoid collision but another 18-wheel truck slammed into them from behind once he had stopped. Gloria was thrown to the floor of the bus, her spine shattered. What caused the horrific crash and how did she manage to not only survive, but to get back on her feet?


Harrison Ford

from Santa Monica airport in his vintage WW2 restored fighter plane on March 5, 2015, he radioed the tower just minutes later saying something was wrong and he needed to land somewhere immediately. He managed to crash land on to a golf course, clipping a tree on the way down. Ford was critically injured, but a surgeon, who was on the course golfing when it crashed, pulled him out of the plane and helped him till paramedics arrived. Ford suffered amnesia in the accident and could not recall the events that led to the crash. Investigators studied the evidence and put the pieces together. One tiny part of the airplane, designed in the 1940’s, had not been replaced or even checked since Ford bought the plane 17 years before.



On the night of April 14, 1912, the RMS Titanic, on her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York, collided with an iceberg in the middle of the North Atlantic and sank within a few hours, drowning 1500 of its 2,200 passengers. The theories on how she sank are numerous. Was it the smouldering fire in the ship’s coal bunker that accelerated the ship’s sinking? Perhaps the ship was built from brittle and inferior steel? Was the rapid sinking caused by weak rivets, or a fatal design flaw in the ship’s watertight compartments? Collision Course: Titanic explores all the theories, no matter how incredible and leads to the final determination that the real cause of the accident is over-confidence in technology and arrogance that any ship could be “unsinkable.”