This still does not explain why did one part of the plane was propelled in the opposite direction at over 400kts! An explosive decompression can be as destructive an explosion but without the effects of burns. Hence, the decompression was probably powerful enough to throw one part in another direction while throwing the rest of the plane into disarray... disintegrating while spinning... probably still in a forward direction leading to debris falling out of the sky as the plane continued on its path, ableit in a spinning fashion.
In this case, most of the pax would have died because of the pressure difference. Its a wonder how they have not found any pax dead on the ground because at 30000ft, the a/c would have been cruising and seatbelts would have been unfastened. Thus, what happened to those that were ejected from the a/c? If any, I wonder what happened to them and where did they end up?
I was thinking if the plane did indeed gain so much height in just a few seconds, it is likely that it fell apart like the TWA 747. Probably the cargo door failed causing the explosive decompression so powerful, the nose fell off, thus the rapid height gain. But what about that part in the opposite direction at 400kts? Mysterious...
I shudder when thinking about how the scene in the cabin was like as the a/c was torn apart in mid-air.
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