Heads hit roofs, potholes left: Commuters caught in the chaos describe horrifying scene


New Delhi/Bangkok:

On May 21, a Singapore Airlines flight from London to Singapore got caught in air turbulence over Myanmar. During this time, a 73-year-old British tourist died due to sudden shock. While more than 100 people have been injured. In such a situation, the flight had to make an emergency landing in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. 20 seriously injured people are being treated in intensive care in Bangkok.

According to the report, the Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-300ER flight took off from London at 2:45 PM IST on Tuesday. About 10 hours after takeoff, it ran into turbulence in Myanmar airspace. The shocks were so strong that the plane fell from 37 thousand feet to 31 thousand feet in just 5 minutes. After this the flight was diverted to Bangkok at 2.15 PM IST. The plane made an emergency landing at the Suvarnabhumi airport here.

Singapore Airlines plane shakes so fast in mid-air, one passenger dead, over 30 injured

People’s heads hit the ceiling
A passenger told news agency PTI, “During the turbulence, it was a scary situation inside the cabin. People were falling here and there. Those who were not wearing seat belts, their heads hit the ceiling of the flight. The jolts were so strong that people hit the ceiling with their heads.” There was a pit.” Passengers were served food before the disturbance. As soon as the shock was felt, the food box also fell. Oxygen masks were also opened. The flight fittings were also broken.

The flight was carrying 211 passengers and 18 crew members.
According to the report, there were 211 passengers and 18 crew members on board the Singapore Airlines flight. According to the airline, there were 56 Australian, 47 British and 41 Singaporean passengers on the flight. The flight was scheduled to land at Singapore’s Changi Airport at 6:10 pm. Singapore Airlines has expressed its condolences to the family of the deceased passenger. He said company officials are in constant touch with Bangkok. Necessary assistance is provided to all passengers.



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20 passengers have been admitted to the intensive care unit
A hospital in Bangkok reported on Wednesday that staff were treating or treating 85 injured. It includes 20 people. He has been kept in the intensive care unit. The 20 passengers are being held in intensive care units at hospitals in Bangkok; He is a citizen of Australia, Britain, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore and the Philippines.

The Prime Minister of Singapore expressed his condolences
Meanwhile, Singapore Prime Minister Lawrence Wong has expressed his deepest condolences to the family and loved ones of the man who lost his life in the unrest. It is sending investigators to Bangkok to investigate the incident. Wong posted on Facebook that he was “working closely with the Thai authorities”.


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