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"You're Gonna Die Up There" Flying In The Habitat Of Demons At 34,000ft Delta #DL5763 Hit By Terrifying Turbulence Causing Plane To Nosedive TWICE

Extreme turbulence hurts five on terrifying Delta flight: Passengers tell how plane nosedived TWICE as drinks carts and bags hurtled around the cabin at 34,000ft before emergency landing in Nevada

Five people were injured when a Delta Air Lines flight experienced severe turbulence and was forced to make an emergency landing.   Flight 5763 was headed to Seattle, Washington, from Santa Ana, California, Wednesday when crew reported the frightening turbulence at 34,000ft, which led to the twin-jet landing in Reno, Nevada, around 1pm.   Three of the injured passengers were taken to a local hospital and their condition was not immediately know, according to Reno-Tahoe International Airport spokesperson Brian Kulpin.   A video posted to Twitter from a man inside the aircraft shows frazzled passengers after the landing. A beverage cart is seen on its side in the aisle, liquid splattered on the ceiling and personal items scattered throughout the cabin. Source



'Crazy turbulence and injuries, but the @delta crew handled it perfectly, even the emergency landing,' passenger Joe Justice wrote on Twitter.  'We did a nose dive, twice,' he added.   Photos from the cabin show one woman with a bruise on her elbow and holding a napkin to her bloodied head after injuring it during the turbulence.  Justice's daughter reenacted the bumpy flight saying 'coffee spilled, but it was okay.'   The flight was being operated by Compass Airlines and had 59 passengers and four crew members on board.    The uninjured passengers were provided pizza and soda as they waited for their next flight to their original destination.  Source







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