Flight Attendant Breaks Ankle in Severe Airline Turbulence
Tampa, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - We have all taken a flight that had a little more turbulence than we would like. But last year, one airline worker had turbulence that pales in comparison to a few dips and doges at 30,000 feet, resulting in injury and legal issues.
Eden Garrity, who was a flight attendant for Thomas Cook Airlines was flying from Cuba to Manchester when she broke her ankle in multiple places when she was thrust into the floor of the plane during severe turbulence.
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