Sunday, April 21, 2002

Bumpy flight hurts five Delta passengers




        HEBRON — Five people on a Delta Air Lines flight were taken to a hospital after the jet ran into turbulence Saturday while passing through a thunderstorm on its way from Los Angeles to Cincinnati, an airport spokesman said.

        The five people were taken to St. Luke Hospital West in Florence for treatment, but none of the injuries appeared serious, said Ted Bushelman, spokesman for the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.

        He said the airport called extra ambulances to the terminal and emergency medical personnel met the passengers at the gate. Four passengers and a flight attendant were checked in the emergency room, but all were released Saturday night, a nurse said.

        Flight 810 from Los Angeles was over Missouri when it hit the turbulence, a Delta spokeswoman said.

        The direct flight landed at 5:53 p.m. The Boeing 757 carried 130 people, including nine crew members.

       



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