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Broken mount zipline (extreme downhill on a steel rope with the help of special devices — approx. “Of the tape.ru”) led to the deaths of tourists in Thailand. Reported by the Daily Mail.
25-year-old canadian was riding the attraction in Chiang Mai in the North of the country. Due to the failure of the block device it fell from a height of 50 meters in a Creek, over which was stretched a rope, and died.
Initially, the police claimed that the failure of the fasteners occurred due to the insufficient number of tethers and superiority: in their opinion, the camper weighed 180 pounds. However, the investigation revealed that the weight of the loonie was 120 pounds, meaning it does not exceed the allowable for the visit of the attraction the rate of 125 kilograms.
Travel company Flight of the Gibbon, which has allowed tourists to visit the attraction, fully admitted his guilt in negligence. However, the police has not yet filed her charges, as the investigation is not yet over.
In March, the Russian woman died in Thailand after falling from the fourth floor balcony of the hotel. Night police found the body of a tourist under the balconies of the hotel in Patong. According to doctors, the woman died due to head injuries received in the fall. The deceased was 27-year-old Russian Elena Chasovnikova.
Video, photo All from Russia.