21 May 2024

3 Indians Were on Board Singapore Airlines Flight Affected by Turbulence; What Passengers Told?

Three Indian citizens were among the passengers on a Singapore Airlines flight from London to Singapore that encountered severe turbulence. This tragic incident resulted in the death of one passenger and injuries to 30 others.

The flight, carrying 211 passengers and 18 crew members, encountered turbulence while flying over Myanmar. Among those on board, the majority were Australian citizens. The passenger who died was a 73-year-old British national, who is believed to have suffered a heart attack during the turbulence. He was traveling with his wife, who is currently hospitalized in Bangkok.

7 passengers are serious

The plane has landed in Bangkok. Authorities in Bangkok said the death was probably caused by a heart attack.

The man was on the plane with his wife. The wife is currently in a hospital in Bangkok.

30 passengers have been admitted to the hospital. The condition of seven of them is serious

There were 211 passengers and 18 crew members in the plane. Most of these people were from Australia, Britain, Singapore, New Zealand and Malaysia. Three Indian citizens were also on board the plane

Passenger's son was thrown far away

A passenger said that anyone who was not wearing a seat belt directly hit the roof of the plane.

A British man traveling with his family in the plane said that they had been in the plane for about ten hours.

He told that people were moving freely in the plane and there was no sign anywhere to wear seat belts.

The man said that the sudden turbulence was so strong that he hit the roof and his son was thrown far away.

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