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3 the Qantas crew members were injured when sudden turbulence: “It was very scary’

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Passengers on a recent Qantas Airways flight had a scare when the plane hit the turbulence, in the midst of an 11-hour flight between Sydney and Beijing. The onset of the fall reportedly were injured, three members of the crew, and was later evaluated at a hospital.

On Monday, the Sydney-bound Qantas flight 108 was about six hours away, when the plane unexpectedly hit turbulence and fell, and while most of the passengers were asleep, TravelPulse reports.

“It was really scary, actually, because we’re taking a leap into the air, no one had their seat belt because the seat belt light is not on,” one passenger told 7 News.

“It was really scary, actually, because we’re taking a leap into the air, no one had their seat belt because the seat belt light is not on,” one passenger said.
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“A lady passenger next to me was at the bottom of the overhead lockers, and they actually broke off a small piece of the plastic off,” another offered.

The aircraft cabin was “filled with the cries of anguish,” in secret origins, as well as three unnamed Qantas crew members sustained injuries during the drop.

One of the members of the crew received medical attention at a hospital, at the outlet.

Qantas is the national airline of Australia, it was later elaborated in a statement that “the unexpected turbulence is the reason why the airline always recommends that passengers keep their seat belt securely fastened at all times.
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Qantas is the national airline of Australia, it was later elaborated in a statement that “the unexpected turbulence is the reason why the airline always recommends that passengers keep their seat belt securely fastened at all times.

A spokesman said the airline was not immediately available to provide further comment.

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