The caption about the Greek Falcon incident over Romania is totally wrong, and so is your post.
The cause has nothing to do with turbulence (with a "e"), nor even was it ever mentioned. The pilots claimed a/c malfunction, but it was clear from the start and proven that it was totally attributable to pilots (both of them) errors. (multiple and consecutive wrong AP
settings, starting at the time the a/c initiated its descent towards Bucharest)
Both were Olympic Airways senior captains.
The jet was a government VIP transport. The pilots and some pax survived, some perfectly unhurt. The deputy Foreign Minister and 1 or 2 other persons were standing in the aisle when the events started.
The picture shows the a/c without tail and hor. stabilizer. This is not a result of the incident. The a/c flew "on its own" from Bucharest to Geneva.