Thai Airways Airbus Suffers Turbulence Injuring almost Forty

Saturday, August 31, 2013
By George Hatcher

A Thai Airways Airbus A380-800 en route from Bangkok to Hong Kong encountered turbulence just prior to landing.

The turbulence caused disruption in the plane as things flew about. The seatbelt light was reported to be on.

Of the 500 passengers and 26 crew, about forty people were injured and hospitalized. The flight landed with emergency services on standby.

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