I've never been in a car crash (knock on wood) never mind a plane crash (knock on more wood). But if I was in a plane crash, was the sole survivor but had broken bones and hypothermia, I don't know if I could do what 7-year old Sailor Gutzler managed to do after her father's private plane crashed in Kentucky killing both her parents, her sister and a cousin.
I'm not sure how many adults would have been able to use the fire emanating from the plane as a guiding light, walk through nearly a mile worth of terrain both unfamiliar and rugged to safety. Yet somehow this little girl did it.
And thank goodness for the kindness of Larry Wilkins who provided comfort when she needed it the most.