PARIS (AFP) - A teenage girl who miraculously survived the Yemenia airliner crash off the Comoros was ejected from the plane into pitch-black Indian Ocean waters, her father said Wednesday. She didnt feel a thing. She found herself in water, Kassim Bakari told French radio RTL after speaking to his 13-year-old daughter Bahia from her hospital room in Moroni. She could hear people talking, but in the middle of the night she couldnt see a thing. She managed to hold on to a piece of something, said the Comoran from the Paris suburbs, whose partner was also on board the doomed flight. She said she was ejected from the plane. So far the only survivor among the 153 people on board the Yemenia airliner, the teenager escaped without serious injuries from the crash as the jet tried to land at Moroni airport at the end of a four-stage flight from France. Also speaking on RTL, the head of the crisis cell in the Comoros said the teenager survived astonishing odds. It is truly, truly, miraculous, said Ibrahim Abdoulazeb. The young girl can barely swim.