Life on a Thread
How my fight for survival made me stronger
SAS trooper Jamie Hull was given a 5% chance of survival after jumping from a burning aircraft, on fire himself, moments before crash landing. His story will take you, like no other, to the furthest extremes of endurance and endeavour.
SAS trooper and trainee pilot Jamie Hull was flying solo when his aircraft caught fire. It should have been the end of his life, but it was the beginning of his story.
With flames up to his chin, he brought the plane in, climbed out and jumped from the wing. As he lay on the ground, fully conscious, waiting for the emergency services, he could smell his flesh burn.
Even if he survived, what would he have left to live for?
But this man is made of stern stuff. He fought back from the brink of death, and created a new and profoundly meaningful life from the wreckage of his experience.
Meet Jamie Hull, former Special Services soldier, now Ambassador for Help for Heroes and veteran of two marathons, a 3,000-mile bicycle race across America and an expedition up Mount Kilimanjaro. His story will take to you to the furthest extremes of human endurance and endeavour.