Flight turbulence injured 36 people Sunday on a Hawaiian Airlines plane
HOUSTON -- Paramedics responded to George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston on Monday morning after five passengers and crew members were injured on a United Airlines flight.
United Airlines said five people total were met by medical personnel and taken to a local hospital with minor injuries due to unexpected turbulence during flight UA 128 -- two passengers and three crew members.
The video above is ABC Houston affiliate KTRK's 24/7 livestream.
KTRK cameras captured video of several ambulances outside of the airport.
The flight arrived at IAH from Rio de Janeiro.
KTRK has a crew at IAH working to learn more about the passengers and crew members' conditions.
United Airlines sent the following statement to ABC News:
"United flight 128 encountered unexpected turbulence while en route to Houston. Upon arrival, three crew members and two passengers were met by medical personnel and taken to a local hospital with minor injuries. We're grateful to our crew for their efforts to ensure the safety of our employees and customers."
On Sunday, at least 36 people were injured on a Hawaiian Airlines flight after the plane encountered severe turbulence.
Twenty of those people were taken to emergency rooms after the flight from Phoenix to Honolulu.
Eleven patients were in serious condition, Honolulu Emergency Medical Services said in a statement. Among those transported to the hospital was a 14-month-old child, CNN reported.
The patients' injuries included a serious head injury, lacerations, bruising and loss of consciousness, Honolulu EMS said.