...Look no further than this article: http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2003-05-26-safe-side_x.htm The jet's gyrations took Frank Englert, 79, back to the night his B-29 nearly crashed on a World War II bombing mission over Tokyo. "I thought, all these years, and here's where we end up," Englert says. Michelle Singh prepared herself to die. "Everybody was screaming and crying and praying," Singh, 36, says. "It was horrifying. It was the end." Flight 903, an Airbus A300 flying from Boston to Miami, nearly crashed when the pilots allowed the jet to slow too much and lost control. The case has drawn increased scrutiny in recent months because of similarities to the 2001 crash of another American A300. According to passengers and public records, the cabin reverberated with screams and prayers. The creaking fuselage sounded like it was breaking apart. One man sailed across the aisle. A baby flew out of her mother's arms. Passengers safely caught the baby, but the mother unbuckled her seatbelt and flew into the ceiling. The blow knocked her unconscious and broke four of her ribs. A flight attendant cried out in pain: "My back! My back! Please, please! Somebody help me." Debris flew everywhere. Flying suitcases bloodied some passengers. After landing, flight attendants told investigators, grown men cried and one woman yelled "Hallelujah!" Others had trouble walking. "I'm a pretty sturdy lady," says Nancy Lewis, 75. "I play tennis and all. But they took me out in a chair. I couldn't walk." Years later, none of the seven passengers interviewed knew the incident's cause until told by a reporter. Most still believed what American had told them: that the jet encountered turbulence.