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Air Canada flight diverted to Hawaii after turbulence, injuries reported

Reuters Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
An Air Canada flight was diverted on Thursday to Hawaii after a sudden case of severe turbulence left 35 passengers with minor injuries, the carrier said in a statement.
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An Air Canada flight was diverted on Thursday to Hawaii after a sudden case of severe turbulence left 35 customers with minor injuries, the carrier said in a statement. Passenger video shows oxygen masks dangling, and flight attendants checking on passengers. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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