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Passengers have reportedly been sent flying, if the aircraft descends to 300 feet at 15 seconds in: “We thought we were going to have to die”

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Passengers on a recent flight from Mauritius, in East Africa, at Madrid, were said to have been thrown out of their seats when their plane recently crashed out of the sky.

The plane apparently hit a pocket of turbulence that caused it to quickly drop to a few hundred meters away. Several injuries were reported, although none of them were serious.

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The incident reportedly left 11 passengers and three crew members have been injured.
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The incident took place in an Envelope Airlines flight on Tuesday CNA.com reports. After that, the plane landed safely at the airport of Madrid-Barajas-Adolfo Suarez Airport, its original destination, number of passengers and crew members were said to have been treated for injuries.

According to reports, 11 passengers and three crew members sustained injuries from the tragic loss. A representative of the airline said CNA.com the passengers had to ignore the warning, which was not set up for the turbulence hit the plane.

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The Straits Times reported that the plane hit a pocket of clear-air turbulence”, which occurs in quiet-looking sky. In the episode, which according to reports, it took 15 seconds, during which time the flight has fallen more than 300 metres away.

Passengers on a recent flight from Mauritius, in East Africa, at Madrid, were said to have been thrown out of their seats when their plane recently crashed out of the sky.
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A person who claims to have been in the Envelope, flight, told the news outlet that the plane “plunged, as in, when you go on a fairground attraction. We saw a lot of passengers will be flying, literally, all over the seats, some hit the ceiling, the others in the seats next to me.”

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One of the passengers said the incident has sent people “flying out in the direction of the ceiling, and are suspended in the air, as you can see it in the movies,” according to the CNA.com. “We thought we were going to die.”

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Envelope Airlines does not immediately return Fox News’ request for comment.

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