- An Air Canada flight made an emergency landing Thursday following extreme turbulence-damaged dozens of passengers.
- Video recordings show the inside of the cabin after the turbulence, which injured 37 people and then 30 people taken to hospital.  A passenger said it was "literally bodies on the roof of the plane."
- An Australian band, who captured the aftermath of the aftermath, praised the Air Canada staff for their "professionalism."
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Passengers on a plane in Canada described the chaos of extreme turbulence that threw them to the roof, causing the plane to make an emergency landing and put 30 people in hospital.
The flight from Vancouver, Canada, to Sydney, Australia, was forced to make an emergency landing in Hawaii on Thursday following severe turbulence that pulled passengers out of seats and around the plane.
37 people were injured, with nine of these left in a serious condition, The Associated Press reported on Friday.
30 passengers were taken to hospital in Hawaii as a result. Only one passenger was still in hospital and was expected to be released soon, a Canada spokesman told Reuters.
A passenger, Stephanie Beam, told The Associated Press that "the plane just dropped."
"When we hit turbulence, I woke up and looked over to make sure my kids were buckled. The next thing I knew was just literal bodies on the roof of the plane. "
Australian band Hurricane Fall shared recordings of the inside of the cabin after the turbulence that the passengers said was so bad that people were thrown up to the roof.
The video shows oxygen masks descended from the overlying parts, the cabin lights dimmed and replaced with purple lights, and some passengers rise to talk to each other. "It's crazy, man," says one passenger.
The band thanked Air Canada employees for their "professionalism and quick response" and said it was "an eye that opened incredibly frightening experience, but we are grateful we are all safe."
Michael Bailey, another passenger, told Hawaii News Now: "Suddenly the plane dropped. Must have lost about 100 feet or something because we all went up to the roof as through the whole plane. It was pretty scary."
Passenger Erica Daly told the Hawaii outlet that she slept before she was thrown out its seat, hit the roof and landed back on the armrest.
Llyn Williams told the AP that "anyone who didn't sit and belt in the ceiling, almost everyone in our cabin." His wife was taken to hospital, and he said that the cabin afterwards had "a lot of blood everywhere."
"It was really pretty scary."
"I have whiplash in my neck, I have three seams in my head where I have a slurry. I have a cut on my knee, a cut on my shoulder, and only pain on one side of my body, "she said.
Emergency Responders met passengers at the gate, and Hawaiian medical officials said the injured included children and the elderly, the AP reported.
Air Canada arranged accommodation and food for the passengers in Honolulu, according to the AP, as well as flying so they can continue their journey to Sydney.