A woman finds herself inside the Great Pyramid of Kheops when a bunch of terrorists starts blowing it down from outside.
The woman manages to find a way out but before being able to leave the Pyramid, a new explosion ejects her out and she crashes into the ground.
According to Wikipedia, the main damages caused by a blast are the following ones:
- Primary injuries (intern ones): damage is inflicted upon her auditory system. (Her tympanic membrane may be perforated by the intensity of the pressure waves.) The overpressure also affects her lungs and the hollow organs of the gastrointestinal tract.
- Secondary injuries caused by other objects (here rocks) propelled during the explosion.
- Tertiary blast injuries: bone fractures because of the blast wind that throws her against the ground.
=> As the explosion occurs in a confined space, causing structural collapse of the Pyramid, the damages should be even more important.
Considering that I'd like her to survive, is it realistic to say that when the last explosion occurs, she is close enough to one extremity of the Pyramid to avoid being hit by rocks while being ejected and close enough to the base to survive the crash against the ground?