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Things do happen in shropshire too you know

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Emergency Decent to 10,000ft, that will most likely be a problem with the pilot's Oxygen supply. At 40,000ft without Oxygen they would loose conciousness very quickly, hence the need for a rapid decent into thicker air. In a situation like that, as long as the maximum safe speed for the plane isn't broken, breaking the sound barrier won't be a consideration.
 
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