Henzel said that toward the end of the flight, passengers around him began asking how long it would be before they landed.
Ten minutes," was the response from the crew, he said. "Then suddenly, the lights went off and the engines went off."
At that point, everyone rushed back to their seats and fastened their seatbelts, said Henzel. Then the plane crashed into a hillside.
Henzel said when he awoke, there were emergency workers around him and he was in immense pain from what turned out to be seven broken ribs. He called out to the colleagues who had been sitting on each side of him, but they had died.