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BRIEF-Air Canada Says 37 People Were Assessed & Released From Hospitals, Following Flight Diversion After Turbulence

Reuters | Toronto | Updated: 12-07-2019 17:15 IST | Created: 12-07-2019 17:13 IST
BRIEF-Air Canada Says 37 People Were Assessed & Released From Hospitals, Following Flight Diversion After Turbulence
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* AIR CANADA'S SPOKESWOMAN SAYS 37 PEOPLE WERE ASSESSED, TREATED & RELEASED FROM LOCAL HOSPITALS, FOLLOWING FLIGHT DIVERSION AFTER TURBULENCE

* AIR CANADA'S SPOKESWOMAN ON DIVERTED FLIGHT AFTER TURBULENCE SAYS FLIGHT TO SYDNEY, AU IS PLANNED TO RESUME ON JULY 12 Further company coverage:

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