SEATTLE – Delta flight from Orange County, Calif., Went to Seattle to tackle an emergency in Reno on Wednesday afternoon after a serious probability, according to Compass Airlines spokeswoman.  Five people were allegedly injured on board in flight. Two passengers and one hospital were taken for evaluation, according to the spokesman
"It was as we were dying. It means it was terrible," said Lori Badilla's passenger when The flight finally came to the Sea of Tac. "I thought it was the end."
The drink charts that were hitting with jól and sent passengers and crew flying.
A woman saw a mobile phone video that had a banner over her head after being covered in her.
The beard was built and the drinks and bags spread across the aisle.
"She was in the ladies' room when she hit the big swim and hit her head, she came out of blood," said Erin passenger Kayser Airport at Sea Tac. "I was sitting to the back of the plane and I saw the cart went on the ceiling as well as the flight coach."
The spokesman said the plane went safely and Delta made available resources to support the passengers. Passengers in Seattle were expected to arrive at 5 p.m. On an alternate flight on Wednesday but the flight finally made around 9:30 pm
. "We have an emergency aircraft, many injuries, our number of injuries, my understanding is that we have two flying servers who could be incapacitated with a number of passengers," said the pilot to record our air traffic control
The video was recorded by Joe Justice on the plane after the turmoil.
"Crazy disasters and injuries, but the Delta crew is fine, even the emergency landing," Tweeted the Justice.
"I was really scared you know but I'm happy we're at home. It was only a long day," Kayser said.
"It also depends, we were supposed to be here at 2:30 p.m. but we're happy if we are together," said Badilla.
The first respondents in Reno said the people were well injured.
The flight, Compass Air Flight 5763 was operating as Delta Flight 5763.