Transcript for Miami-Bound Flight Hits Dangerous Turbulence
Bad weather is to blame for a rough ride for some Miami bound passengers. The turbulence so bad people on board hit their heads. A flight attendant had to be rushed to the hospital. ABC's Eva pilgrim has the story from Laguardia airport near new York. Reporter: An American airlines flight attendant with a bloodied nose after the plane she was working on was violently tossed around in the sky injuring her and five of the 159 passengers on board. American 1410, we have one flight attendant with a broken nose and we have several minor injuries to passengers. Reporter: One of the stewardesses when the plane dropped she went flying in the air, bashed her nose and was gushing blood. Reporter: American airlines flight 1410 taking off from new York's Laguardia on the way to Miami international. In Vero Beach the pilots hit a storm and the airline confirming the Boeing 737 hit severe turbulence flying through south Florida. Felt like ray roller coaster. It was just very uncomfortable and everybody was afraid. People that weren't in seat belts were flying up and hitting their heads on the top of the plane. Reporter: And it wasn't the only flight coming into Miami to feel mother nature's wrath. More than 60 flights were delayed during the storms on Friday. You got to get a left before this weather. It was bad. We through out of our seats and grabbed each other's hands. I was crying. That's how crazy it was. Reporter: Passengers on flight 1410 tell us American airlines is giving them a $150 credit as for if they'll fly again, many don't have a choice saying they have to get back home. Dan. Got to get back on the horse, Eva, thank you.
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