This month, a Japan Transocean Air passenger plane heading from Naha Airport to Komatsu Airport in Ishikawa Prefecture shook violently, and a flight attendant was found to have broken a leg bone. I'm going to investigate the detailed cause.

According to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, around 1:00 pm on the 3rd of this month, Japan Transocean Air Flight 36, a Boeing 737 aircraft heading from Naha Airport to Komatsu Airport, was flying at an altitude of about 11,000 meters, and the aircraft shook greatly. I was.

At this time, the flight attendant who was doing the in-flight service lost his balance, grabbed the back of the seat and stepped on it.

The flight attendant continued to work that day, but after returning home, he began to feel pain and visited a hospital the next day. It turned out that the bone near the base of the thumb was broken.

The seatbelt sign was not on at the time.

The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the detailed cause of the aircraft accident.