Hopefully, you’ll never have to don an airplane’s oxygen mask. But god forbid you do, make sure you do it right. That means placing it over your mouth and nose. I bring this up because the photos of Southwest flight 1380—which pilot Tammie Jo Shults brought to safety after an engine exploded and one passenger died—show a number of passengers incorrectly using their oxygen masks. Here’s more on how to do it right from the Washington Post.
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