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Several injuries have been reported to be on a flight that experienced turbulence in the vicinity of the Hawaiian islands.
The Air Canada flight was forced to divert from its original destination of Sydney, Australia, touched down in Honolulu. The crew reportedly asked for medical personnel met the aircraft at the airport.
The plane was flying over the Pacific Ocean when it experienced the un-expected turbulence,” CTV News reported. The flight had a two-hour drive of the city at the time and was forced to change its course to make an emergency landing.
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The flight was coming from Toronto, and it was said to be the execution of the 268 passengers and crew.
A spokesperson for Air Canada told CTV News, “Preliminary information indicates that there were approximately 25 people who have suffered a personal injury. Our first priority is always the safety and security of our flights, the passengers and the crew, as a matter of precaution, the medical staff will be on stand-by to examine the passengers. We are currently making arrangements for its passengers, including hotel accommodations and meals in the city, as well as options to return to the airport.”
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The FAA has released the following statement: “on Air Canada Flight 33, Boeing 777, flying from Vancouver to Sydney, Australia, encountered the turbulence at 36,000 feet, about 600 miles south-west of the city. The flight diverted to Honolulu, and the crew asked for medical personnel on the plane at the gate. Please contact the airline for more information.”