Nine passengers on a WestJet flight from Calgary to Halifax were injured Thursday night when a sudden 300-metre drop threw them around like rag dolls, passengers say.
After the flight landed safely at Halifax Stanfield International Airport shortly before 7:30 p.m., three passengers were taken to hospital by ambulance, while six others were treated at the scene.
Passengers say the pilot warned about the turbulence on the intercom, but many didn't have time to secure their seatbelts when, seconds later, the plane dropped straight down.
Those standing were thrown to the floor and around the plane like rag dolls, one passenger said.
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