Some people were treated for minor injuries after a Ryanair Boeing 737 lost cabin pressure, made a descent and did an emergency landing at Frankfurt Hahn July 13. The BBC and other media reported that flight FR7321 from Dublin to Zadar, Croatia, descended 8,000m (26,000ft) from 11,300m to 3,000m in seven minutes. Oxygen masks were deployed and the aircraft landed safely, but several people were treated for injuries such as bleeding ears. Passengers also told media there was little ...

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