A crew member on JetBlue Flight 429 from Boston to Sacramento is placed in a neck brace and removed from the plane after the flight hit severe turbulence over South Dakota last August. The plane made an emergency landing in Rapid City and sent two dozen people to the hospital for treatment. The incident is now the subject of two federal lawsuits in Sacramento.
A crew member on JetBlue Flight 429 from Boston to Sacramento is placed in a neck brace and removed from the plane after the flight hit severe turbulence over South Dakota last August. The plane made an emergency landing in Rapid City and sent two dozen people to the hospital for treatment. The incident is now the subject of two federal lawsuits in Sacramento. Rhonda Lynam via AP
A crew member on JetBlue Flight 429 from Boston to Sacramento is placed in a neck brace and removed from the plane after the flight hit severe turbulence over South Dakota last August. The plane made an emergency landing in Rapid City and sent two dozen people to the hospital for treatment. The incident is now the subject of two federal lawsuits in Sacramento. Rhonda Lynam via AP

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August 03, 2017 12:00 PM

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