For the second time in as many months, Air Canada passengers have been hurt by a hurtling beverage cart.
In the latest incident, a cart careened down the aisle of an Embraer E190 as it decelerated after landing at Regina on a flight from Toronto on Oct. 31.
The cart, which weighs hundreds of pounds, is shown practically in the laps of a couple of passengers on the plane.
Passenger Valerie Bradshaw said she was knocked out cold by the cart and a man suffered broken bones.
“It had flown down the aisle, hitting the back of my seat and forcing me to fly into the seat ahead of me and I hit the TV monitor with my left side,” Bradshaw told Global News.
Bradshaw and another passenger were taken to hospital while a third was checked by paramedics and released.
In late September a cart on another E190 also let loose on landing in Ottawa but a passenger was able to hold on to it before it caused too much mayhem and there was only one minor injury among the five people who were hit.