Sully Sullenberger Life Hero
Sully Sullenberger, now retired "Miracle on the Hudson" pilot, who safely landed an airplane with 155 passengers and crew on the Hudson River, talks heroism, reinvention as a champion for patient safety, and new fear of flying.
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