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Two-year-old among passengers needing spinal surgery after horror Singapore flight hit by turbulence

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Passengers who sustained serious injuries while aboard the Singapore Airlines flight that endured acute turbulence earlier this week require spinal surgery, according to a Bangkok hospital.

20 people remained in intensive care and a 73-year-old British man died after the Boeing 777, which was flying from London's Heathrow airport to Singapore on Tuesday, ran into bad turbulence over the Andaman Sea, hurling items and passengers and crew members around the cabin.

A public relations officer for Samitivej Srinakarin Hospital, where most of the 104 people hurt in the incident were treated, said other local hospitals have been asked to lend their best specialists to assist in the treatments.

He spoke on condition of anonymity under hospital policy, the Mirror US reports. Read more: 'Do not travel' warning issued as rail line FLOODED amid North West downpours Hospital director Adinun Kittiratanapaibool said at a news conference Thursday that none of the 20 patients in ICU were in life-threatening condition.

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