The plane banked at 41 degrees, when it is rare to hit a 25-degree roll. A window broke and shrapnel began spraying into the aircraft, a passenger was partially sucked out and later passed away. In another incident a flock of Canadian geese hit an airplane disabling it and ultimately winding up in the Hudson River.
When organizations hire employees, it is always best to try and match the people to the right job in terms of knowledge, skills, and attributes. The two pilots, Tammie Jo Shults and Chesley B. Sullenberger, III. (Sully), are the two pilots in the respective incidents who are responsible for saving hundreds of lives. Good job matching indeed. Having the skills to fly an aircraft is certainly a skill both pilots share. The other attribute they share is high emotional intelligence (EQ). Upon landing Tammie Jo had the presence of mind to thank the tower operators for their help. Sully had the presence of mind to keep from hitting a bridge and seeing a boat in the water thinking to land near that boat to get passengers to it upon landing. Throughout their ordeals, they both were calm, cool, and collected.