Forty three individuals who were passengers of a Singapore Airlines flight that encountered severe turbulence are still receiving medical treatment in Bangkok, as reported by a hospital in the Thai capital on Saturday. The 43 patients are currently distributed across three different hospitals in Bangkok, according to a statement from Samitivej Srinakarin hospital.

At Samitivej Srinakarin hospital, where 34 of the patients are being treated, seven are in intensive care. These include three Australians, two Malaysians, one British, and one New Zealander, as stated in the hospital's release. The remaining 27 patients from the flight at the hospital consists of eight British, six Australian, five Malaysian, and two Filipinos.

Additionally, two individuals were discharged from Samitivej Srinakarin hospital, while two from Samitivej Sukhumvit hospital were transferred to Samitivej Srinakarin to join their hospitalized relatives, as per the statement. Earlier, the director of Samitivej Srinakarin hospital informed the media that 22 patients had spinal cord injuries and six had brain and skull injuries, although none were deemed life-threatening.

Furthermore, one passenger unfortunately passed away due to a suspected heart attack, and numerous others sustained injuries on Tuesday after Singapore Airline Flight SQ321, en route from London to Singapore, encountered what the airline described as sudden and extreme turbulence over Myanmar. The flight, carrying 211 passengers and 18 crew members, was forced to divert to Bangkok for an emergency landing.