Mikey, yes it was a miracle, and it shows how cool the crew were in making a textbook evacuation.
Wind shear is every pilots nightmare, but they have to be ready on landing and wary of wind.
It is so good to here that everyone got rescued, it is indeed a miracle.
In every tragic event God chooses who lives and who does not, he has certainly been with me on a few occasions, and I trust him,
The other event that struck my mind was the one where a Jumbo was flying over desert, and the engines filled with volcanic ash which was not supposed to be in the area.
The pilot calmly told the passengers that he was flying the Worlds heaviest glider, as it proceeded to drop 20.000 feet.
He started an engine in reverse on batteries, which you only get one shot at, then he put it into forward thrust to get some climb, difficult to do but they can fly on one engine.
He did the same with another engine till he got them all going, he then proceeded to make an emergency landing at the nearest airport.
Everybody on the aircraft hugged him to death as he walked past them.
What a cool guy,
Whoever stole the Sun, put it back and we'll drop all the charges!