- An Air Canada flight landed urgently on Thursday after extreme turbulence had injured dozens of passengers.
- A video footage shows inside the cabin after the turbulence, which injured 37 people and saw 30 people transported to the hospital.
- One passenger said that there was "literally bodies on the ceiling of the plane".
- An Australian group, who filmed the sequel, congratulated Air Canada staff for its "professionalism".
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Passengers of an Air Canada plane described the chaos of extreme turbulence that tossed them to the ceiling, forced them to land urgently and put 30 people in the hospital.
The flight from Vancouver (Canada) to Sydney (Australia) was forced to land in Hawaii on Thursday, following severe turbulence that shook passengers out of their seats and around the town. ;plane.
37 people were injured, nine of them in serious condition, the Associated Press reported Friday.
30 passengers were taken to the hospital in Hawaii. Only one passenger was still in the hospital and was due to be released soon, an Air Canada spokesman told Reuters.
A passenger, Stephanie Beam, told the Associated Press that "the plane had just let go".
"When we were dealing with turbulence, I woke up and I checked if my kids were curly.The next thing I knew, was that there was literally has bodies on the ceiling of the plane. "
The Australian group Hurricane Fall shared a sequence inside the cabin after the turbulence that was described as so bad by passengers that people were thrown to the ceiling.
The video shows oxygen masks descending from the suspended compartments, the cabin lights lowered and replaced by a violet light and passengers getting up to talk to each other. "It's crazy, man," said a passenger.
The group thanked Air Canada staff for its "professionalism and quick response" and said it was a "very scary, revealing experience, but we are grateful to be all safe."
Michael Bailey, another passenger, told Hawaii News Now: "Suddenly, the plane dropped, it had to drop about 100 feet or something like that because we all climbed to the ceiling like all over the plane, it was rather scary. "
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Passenger Erica Daly told the Hawaiian wicket that she was asleep before being thrown out of her seat, hitting the ceiling and falling back on her armrest.
Llyn Williams told AP that "everyone who was not sitting and belted was getting stuck in the roof, almost everyone in our cabin." His wife was taken to the hospital and he said that the cabin then had "a lot of blood everywhere".
"It was really scary."
"I have a neck whiplash, three stitches in my head, a nick, I have a knee cut, a cut in the shoulder and just the pain of my neck." one side, my body, "she says.
Emergency responders met with passengers at the gate and Hawaiian medical officials said the wounded included children and seniors, reported the AP.
Air Canada was arranging accommodation and food for passengers in Honolulu, according to the AP, as well as flights so that they could continue their journey to Sydney.