Today, on #TerrorInTheSkies Gary and Shannon talk about two airlines that recently dealt with severe turbulence. The first, incident occurred on flight HA35 on Sunday morning, soon before the plane landed at Honolulu's Daniel K Inouye International Airport. There was about twenty people that were rushed to local hospitals with injuries ranging from lacerations, bruising and loss of consciousness to head trauma. A representative from the Hawaiian Airlines released a statement: "Medical care was provided to several guests and crew members at the airport for minor injuries while some were swiftly transported to local hospitals for further care." There is a current investigation underway from the US National Transportation Safety Board. The Second, emergency occurred Monday morning when a flight from Rio de Janeiro to Houston encountered the same condition as the HA35 flight just the day before. The flight touched down in the morning at George Bush Intercontinental Airport and United Airlines released a statement to KPRC that said two passengers and three crew members were taken to the hospital with minor injuries.