Twelve people, including three children, have now been injured after turbulence prompted a transatlantic flight to make an emergency landing in the Republic of Ireland.
Two crew members and ten passengers were taken to hospital.
The landing in County Clare followed “acute and unanticipated turbulence”.
The United Airlines flight was travelling to London Heathrow when it diverted, from Houston, Texas.
All of the wounded have been dispatched with the exclusion of one of the flight attendants.
In a statement, University Hospital, Limerick, where the injured were taken, said: “Staff at UHL were notified at approximately 5.30am of an incident aboard a transatlantic flight and that a medical diversion was being made to Shannon Airport with a possible 23 casualties.
“The casualties in the main presented with soft tissue injuries, minor head injuries and lacerations.
“As of 10.30am on Wednesday, one patient was still being assessed and the remaining 11 were discharged.”
The statement added: “Hospital staff are working with the airline to transport the passengers back to Shannon Airport to continue their onward journey to London.”