Images show damage inside Singapore Airlines plane after one killed in turbulence | World News

Recent photos show the extent of the damage within the cabin of a Singapore Airlines aircraft following severe turbulence.

Tragically, this event resulted in a fatality, along with numerous injuries.

Newly released snapshots from within the aircraft, which was en route to Singapore before being rerouted to Bangkok, Thailand, depict the havoc wreaked by the turbulence.

An eyewitness on the flight reported that the airplane experienced a significant altitude loss, which caused unbelted individuals to be thrust upward against the cabin ceiling.

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Pic: Reuters

The interior of Singapore Airline flight SG321 is pictured after an emergency landing at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi International Airport. Pic: Reuters
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Pic: Reuters

The interior of Singapore Airline flight SG321 is pictured after an emergency landing at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi International Airport. Pic: Reuters
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Pic: Reuters

Photographs post-incident display the cabin overhead compartments damaged and an array of meal trays, utensils, and other items scattered across the floor.

Operated by a Boeing 777-300ER jet, the flight took off at 10:17pm on Monday and was redirected to Bangkok, successfully landing there at 3:45pm local time (9:45am BST) on Tuesday.

As we continue to gather information on this developing story, updates will be provided promptly.

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