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From masslive.com. By Patrick Johnson.

Three people on a flight out of Bradley International Airport were injured Thursday morning when an unsecured beverage cart barreled down the aisle during takeoff, according to reports.

WFSB Channel 3 in Hartford reports the three people, including two passengers, were treated for injuries in the mishap on board American Airlines flight 1941. The aircraft left Bradley at about 6 a.m. and was headed for Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina.

The cart was secured, and the injured parties were treated when the plane arrived at Charlotte Douglas.

The Windsor Locks – East Windsor Patch cites a statement issued by airlines spokesman Ross Feinstein that read: “During takeoff for American Airlines flight 1941 from Hartford Bradley Airport to Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT), a beverage cart came loose. The cart was secured and the flight continued, landing without incident at CLT. Our Care Team is assisting two passengers and one flight attendant who requested medical evaluation when they arrived in CLT.”

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