At high altitudes the lack of oxygen and cold temperatures affect thought processes or speech and can result in loss of consciousness or death. Ewa Wiznierska survived hypoxia and hypothermia at a height of 32,000 feet after being carried up during a violent storm while competing in the world paragliding championships in Australia. A fellow paraglider was not so lucky. This is a dramatic reconstruction of the amazing story of Ewa's sky high brush with death
Incredible StoriesTuesday, May 22, 8:00pm
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