WATCH: 10 incredible falls that people survived

2018-08-02 19:17

Bear Grylls was on an SAS training mission when his chute malfunctions at 16 000 ft. in the air.

Grylls only sustains a broken back, since his parachute pack broke his fall.

Frane Selak was on his first flight, when the plane door opened and he was sucked out.

Luckily, he landed in a haystack and lived to survive more disasters and even win the lottery.

On her first solo jump as an amateur skydiver, both of Shayna Richardson's chutes malfunctioned.

Not only did she survive a 10 000 ft. fall, she learned she was pregnant. Luckily, her baby survived too. 

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