At least 50 people were injured Monday by a “strong movement” on a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner plane traveling from Sydney, Australia, to Auckland, New Zealand, according to officials.

LATAM Airlines said in a statement that there was “a technical event during the flight which caused a strong movement.”

Paramedics and more than 10 emergency vehicles were waiting for passengers when flight LA800 landed in Auckland.

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About 50 people were treated at the scene for mostly mild injuries while 13 of them were transported to a hospital, an ambulance spokesperson said via The Associated Press. One patient who was on the flight was reportedly in serious condition.

Passengers reported several people were not wearing seatbelts when the flight suddenly dropped.

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The plane’s final destination was Santiago, Chile, but was landing at Auckland Airport in accordance with its normal flight path, according to Reuters.

“LATAM regrets the inconvenience and injury this situation may have caused its passengers, and reiterates its commitment to safety as a priority within the framework of its operational standards,” the airline said.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.