Passengers on an international flight experienced severe turbulence on Tuesday, which left around 14 injured.
The incident happened on Emirates flight EK421 from Perth to Dubai when the plane started shaking violently, according to The West Australian.
About 14 people were injured when the plane hit severe turbulence as the aircraft approached the Persian Gulf.
In a comment to the agency, an Emirates spokesman said the situation was “unfortunate”.
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“We can confirm that flight EK421 from Perth to Dubai on December 4 briefly experienced unexpected turbulence during the flight,” the spokesman said. “While on board, the injured were assessed and assisted by our crew and medically trained volunteers, with additional medical support provided via satellite link.”
“The flight was attended to by medical services on landing and Emirates has also deployed its care team to provide the injured passengers and crew with all possible support,” the spokesperson added.
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One person on the flight posted on X that, “It really felt like it was the end as we hit the ceiling twice and broke the ceiling.”
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The plane landed in Dubai around 04:45 local time.
Fox News Digital has reached out to Emirates for comment.