Russian Plane Hammered with Turbulence While Approaching Thailand

By Major James Burdock, The Goldwater · 05-02-2017

When the captain of a plane tells you to do something, it is ALWAYS a good idea to obey. This includes his crew telling you to always fasten your seatbelt while you are seated.

At least 20 people including three babies suffered major injuries like - BROKEN SPINES - when Extreme turbulence hit an Aeroflot flight from Moscow bound to Bangkok, Thailand.

A video clip of the carnage shows passengers lying injured in the aisle after they were smashed into to the top of the fuselage.

Created by the impact of the wild, strong several successive areas of turbulence that hit the Boeing 777, the pilot had no time to warn his passengers.

The poor babies flew out of their mothers' arms by the force of the severe turbulence just one hour before landing down Bangkok.

People walking in the aisle and those without seat belts became especially screwed. Luggage, food and drinks and whatnot was strewn everywhere.

Many people from the rear cabin have broken noses. Others broke their spines. Many were left unconscious.

19 passengers were hospitalized in the Thai capital, with two undergoing emergency surgery.

The plane lost several hundred meters of altitude in a matter of seconds. Those who were injured had milliseconds to enjoy being weightless before … well look at them!

Next time your captain tells you always have your seatbelt on… this is why. Oh and if you are on United Airlines and he tells you get off…. well… You all know what happens.

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