Malaysia A388 over Bay of Bengal on Jun 5th 2016, turbulence causes injuries
Last Update: June 5, 2016 / 15:44:50 GMT/Zulu time
Passengers reported 34 passengers and 6 crew received injuries in the turbulence encounter, others reported 4 passengers and 6 crew received injuries.
The airline reported that the fasten seat belt signs were illuminated due to the onset of turbulence over the Bay of Bengal. Due to a brief moment of severe turbulence a number of passengers received minor injuries. A small number of passengers and crew required medical assistance after landing in Kuala Lumpur.
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