When she was salvaged from the charred Soyuz space on the Kazahkstan steppe, Yi looked so exhausted that she was not able to walk by herself. ``There was a shock during landing, and I'm having trouble with my sense of direction,'' she told SBS TV as she was waiting to be airlifted by a military helicopter. Veteran crewmates Peggy Whitson of the United States and Yuri Malenchenko of Russia also looked worn out.
Astronaut in Hospital After Rough Landing
NVDL: The craft was actually on fire, the metal was charred, they couldn't find it, it landed MOER of a hard, and it was like wayyyy off course. Sounds like adeathtrap to me.