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August 10, 2012

Four Flight Attendants Hurt by Turbulence Thursday in Separate Incidents

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An AIRMET/SIGMET map like this displays forecasts of turbulence for pilots and dispatchers. (Map by National Weather Service)

Turbulent skies over the US on Thursday injured four flight attendants on three separate flights. A US Airways Express/Piedmont Airlines flight to Charlotte injured one, a Southwest flight to Nashville another, and a Virgin Atlantic flight to Los Angeles injured two attendants. [CNN]

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