Beverage cart injures 3 on American flight out of Bradley

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WINDSOR LOCKS – A beverage cart came loose and injured three people aboard an American Airlines flight leaving Bradley International Airport Thursday morning.

According to American Airlines, a beverage cart came lose as American flight 1941 was taking off from Bradley in Windsor Locks.

The cart injured two passengers and one flight attendant. All three requested medical evaluation when they landed in Charlotte.

The cart was secured and the flight continued without incident, according to a statement from American Airlines.

“During takeoff for American Airlines flight 1941 from Hartford Bradley Airport to Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT,) a beverage cart came loose,” said Ross Feinstein, American Airlines spokesman. “The cart was secured and the flight continued, landing without incident at CLT. Our Care Team is assisting two passengers and one flight attendant who requested medical evaluation when they arrived in CLT.”