Injured Flight Attendent Delays Plane

Saturday, February 26, 2011
By George Hatcher

What: US Airways flight en route to Philadelphia
Where: Columbus Ohio
When: February 25 2011, 3:30 pm
Who: not available
Why: A flight attendant injured boarding was further injured when the flight encountered turbulence. The flight diverted to Port Columbus and made a safe landing where the fight attendant was seen by paramedics and transported to Grant Medical Center. US Airways has no base of operations in Port Columbus; and passengers endured a lengthy wait aboard the plane as USAirways searched for a replacement flight attendant. The flight resumed at 5:15 after a replacement attendant was found .

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