In a tragic incident, a Cambridge university student, forced open a plane door and jumped off to her death while she was returning from a trip to Madagascar. Reports from the Sun suggest that her body may never be found after landing in a Fossa-infested remote savannah area. 19-year-old Alana Cutland jumped from a height of 3,500 feet from the Cessna light aircraft while she was returning from a remote lodge. She had been studying a rare species of crabs as a part of the research that she had funded herself. The investigators of the case claim that she had suffered five "paranoia attacks" while she was on a "failed" research. Cutland was on a flight with a Brit tourist Ruth Johnson who tried quite hard to stop her from jumping down for several minutes, as per reports by The Sun. CCD Founder VG Siddhartha Death: Here's What Led to Fund Crunch in Cafe Coffee Day.
Although the police and locals have tried looking for her body several times in the remote Analalava region, it looks like they will not be able to find it because the area is infested with 'carnivorous Fossa felines'. The Fossa is the largest carnivorous mammal on the island. They can reach nearly six feet in length and look like a cross between a cat, a dog, and a mongoose.
The tiny plane was shaking in the air while Ruth who was the only other passenger apart from the pilot, tried to "grapple onto Alana’s leg in a bid to stop her death plunge." But as per reports, the 19-year-old managed to free herself from their "exhausted grip high above the paradise Indian Ocean island falling into the wild savannah below."