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LOS ANGELES, CA - APRIL 05: A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 passenger jet taxis on the tarmac after arriving at Los Angeles International Airport on April 5, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. Southwest Airlines said it finished inspecting its grounded 737-300 series planes and of the nearly 80 planes five of them have cracks in the aluminum skin. The inspections come after Southwest Flight 812 had to make an emergency landing when a piece of its fuselage skin was torn while on its way from Phoenix to Sacramento. The discovery prompted the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Boeing to require emergency inspections on a portion of the 737 fleet manufactured during the 1980s and 1990s for the same fatigue cracks in the fuselage like the ones on the Southwest jets. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

There’s no worse feeling than dropping your iphone face down on the concrete, and the anxiety of the wait before you flip it over to see a shattered screen…but maybe there’s something full proof out there we just don’t know it yet!

A phone dropped from an airplane over Kentucky and survived the 1,000 foot drop as it filmed the entire journey to the ground! Blake Henderson, the owner of the Samsung Galaxy S5, was said to have experienced severe turbulence during his flight and the phone was sucked out of the craft before it dropped to a families backyard.

The video shows that the phone not only survived the fall, but it also remained in working condition. The two men who found the phone were clearly confused as to where the phone came from but the phone was returned.

And while this is definitely a story for the ages, it’s safe to say for those of you who live a little on the edge that this may be your best next purchase! Has anything like this happened to you? Or any comments on the Samsung Galaxy S5? Let us know! @theMRLshow