I felt hands coming and lifting my head up’: Vancouver Island First Nations leader recalls float plane crash – Vancouver Sun

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I felt hands coming and lifting my head up’: Vancouver Island First Nations leader recalls float plane crash – Vancouver Sun

by ahnationtalk on July 28, 202127 Views

Jul 27, 2021

When the plane flipped, Judith Sayers was left hanging upside-down inside the aircraft with her head underwater, struggling to lift her head to take a breath

Nuu-Chah-Nulth Tribal Council president Judith Sayers remembers feeling hands pulling her head out of the water after the float plane she was in flipped over in Tofino Harbour during takeoff Monday morning.

She later learned it was her 31-year-old son Cole Sayers who helped his mother to safety after the plane tipped over.

When the plane flipped, Sayers was left hanging upside-down inside the aircraft with her head underwater, struggling to lift her head to take a breath.

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