SEATTLE – A Delta flight from Orange County, California to Seattle made an emergency landing in Reno on Wednesday afternoon after suffering severe turbulence, according to a spokesman for Compass Airlines. Five people aboard were injured during the flight. Two passengers and one stewardess were taken to the hospital for assessment, according to the spokesman
"It was as if we were dying. I mean, it was terrible, "said Traveler Lori Badila, when the flight finally arrived at Si-Tas.
The blow took off the drinking carts and sent passengers and crew to fly.
A woman was seen on a video on a cell phone that held a bandage over her head after she was covered with blood. The drink bar was messy, and drinks and bags were scattered across the aisle.
"She was in the ladies' room when she hit the big failure and her head hit her head, bleeding out," said passenger Erin. Kayser at Sea-Tac Airport. "I was sitting at the back of the plane and saw that the drinking cart hit the ceiling with the stewardess."
The spokesman said the plane had landed safely and that Delta had provided resources to support passengers. Passengers were expected to arrive in Seattle at 17:00. Wednesday on an alternative flight, but eventually the flight arrived at about 21:30.
"We are a jet plane, a lot of injuries, we do not have a number of injuries, as we understand that we have two air hostesses who
Joe Rev. recorded video while on the plane after the turbulence." Crazy turbulence and injuries, but the crew Delta coped with him. even in the emergency landing, "said Right.
"It was scary at first, but I'm glad we're home. It was just a long day, "Kaiser said.
"I feel so good we had to be here at 14:30. but we are just happy if we are together, "said Badila.
Initially, respondents in Reno said the wounded were expected to be well.
The Compass Air Flight 5763 operates as Delta Flight 5763.