Aer Lingus Flight 876 Experiences Devastating Turbulence

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Aer Lingus flight 876 traveling from Cork to Lanzarote, Spain, experienced intense turbulence that severely injured three flight attendants and a passenger.

One flight crew member required a leg cast and a wheelchair while another needed a neck brace with the third receiving stitches. The passenger, however, received minor injuries.

An article on this flight can be found here.

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