Yeap, I went there to the fly deck next morning to see "How" he survived. Is not difficult to understand if you look inside the Intruder`s Turbine Intake cavity. Right before the engine first compressor blades, there is a structure with the shape of a propeller, like a multi blade propeller, which is mounted solid to the inside of the duct, and the lucky guy got stuck in there because he could not fit between the fixed blades which do not rotate, and that saved him !!! He lost his hearing I heard, and got really hurt, but survived just because he was swallowed by an Intruder, none of the other jets we had, have the fixed blades inside the intake duct. He made a big mistake we were told, the swallowed guy, was being trained, and he was supposed to hold the instructor in front of him by the belt ALL THE TIME, but as you can see in the video, he let go the instructor and when the instructor walked away for his correct set up of the landing gear, the new poor guy just stood up instead of walking low profile like he was supposed to,
and shoop, he was taken by the hungry turbine !!!