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Southwest passengers say plane shook 'like crazy' causing some to vomit

Southwest Airlines planes are seen at the AustinBergstrom International Airport (AUS) in Austin, Texas on January 22, 2023. (Photo by Daniel SLIM / AFP) (Photo by DANIEL SLIM/AFP via Getty Images) MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - Southwest passengers endured a terrifying ordeal last week after bad weather forced the plane to divert and land at a different location.The airline said last Friday a flight was leaving Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and was expected to arrive at Raleigh-Durham International Airport in North Carolina. However, bad weather forced the pilots to land at Myrtle Beach International Airport in South Carolina. RELATED: Southwest flight returns to Cuba after smoke fills cabin from bird strikes"It was quite a horrifying experience — we go to land in Raleigh and the plane starts shaking like crazy — then they decide to tell us 15 minutes later we are going to Myrtle Beach," Nicholas Reed told CBS 17. FOX Weather's Jason Frazer spoke with LiveNOW from FOX's Josh Breslow about how a new special hopes to help calm fears over turbulence on an airplane."Two people were vomiting pretty close to us.

But everyone was pretty silent. I guess they were just in suspense like ‘this could be it’," he continued. The company said they sent another crew and aircraft to fly the passengers to Raleigh-Durham. "We apologize to the Customers for the flight disruption incurred as our Crew of professionals navigated the adverse weather with Safety as their uncompromising priority," the company said in a statement to FOX Television Stations. This story was reported from Los Angeles. 

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N. Korea launches two missiles from submarine in weapons test
A general view shows pedestrian and traffic amid the Pyongyang city skyline and Ryugyong hotel (R) on March 9, 2019.(Photo credit should read ED JONES/AFP via Getty Images) SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - North Korea said Monday it has conducted submarine-launched cruise missile tests, days after its leader Kim Jong Un ordered his troops to be ready to repel its rivals’ "frantic war preparation moves."The test on Sunday came a day before the U.S. and South Korean militaries begin large-scale joint military drills that North Korea views as a rehearsal for invasion.The official Korean Central News Agency said Monday that the missile launches were meant to confirm the reliability of the weapons system and gauge underwater-to-surface offensive operations of the country's submarine units.RELATED: Rapper Costa Titch dies at 28 after collapsing onstage during music festivalComing off a record year in missile testing, North Korea's weapons demonstrations this year include test launches of an intercontinental ballistic missile, short-range missiles and a purported long-range cruise missile system in recent weeks.The White House said Wednesday that North Korea is covertly sending a significant number of artillery shells to Russia amid the war with Ukraine.