"A Boeing from Pristina landed at Euroairport with 121 passengers on schedule at 20.07 pm".
One of the scary moments of the video is when a flight attendant and her drink cart hit the ceiling making things spill all over the passengers.
"People started screaming and crying". Then, a second jolt sends the flight attendant and her tray into the ceiling, and liquid pours down on everyone, including the woman, who is now joining her hands in prayer. One of many soaked travelers shall be seen praying directly after the cart comes crashing down. "Cups flew round, some were scalded by hot water", the passenger said, per a translated commentary.
Reports suggest that 9 passengers were also treated by a doctor.
Seats were reportedly torn up from the floor and seatbelts broken by the turbulence, leaving passengers bleeding and bruised.
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The flight from from Kosovo in Southeastern Europe to France was dramatically shaken about 30 minutes before its arrival.
US carriers are in total required to have flight attendants take a seat if they imagine turbulence is ahead, but ALK Airlines says the flight attendant from the video is nonetheless in "absolutely accurate health".
Fox News obtained a statement from ALK airlines, which stated that the airline had also provided immediate medical attention to passengers on the turbulence-ridden plane.
"Ten people were taken immediately after landing brought to a hospital in Basel with minor injuries", Gaskell said. Despite the scare, ALK airlines confirm that the flight attendant involved is "absolutely in good health" since the incident.