Passengers were able to evacuate on the plane’s emergency slides, according to authorities.”We were praying when we got away from the wing. Children were crying. People were burned, their hands and their feet,” Parsa told NBC News on Wednesday. “It’s a miracle we are alive.”All of the 103 people on board — 99 passengers, two pilots and two flight attendants — survived. José R. Aispuro Torres, the governor of Durango state said 49 people were being treated at hospitals as of Tuesday afternoon.The plane’s pilot, Captain Carlos Meyran, suffered the most serious injury: a lesion that required surgery. Some survivors had burns on a quarter of their bodies, according to a local health official.
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