‘Tsunami in a Water Park’?? Sounds funny, right?
But no, it’s not funny at all. The tsunami incident in a water wave pool in China is real and has injured 44 people. If you still don’t believe it, then we are sharing the video here. Watch yourself.
Here is a video that has gone viral in which a wave pool in china accidentally generated a “tsunami” that ended injuring injured forty-four people. As per the rumors, the reason behind this accidental tsunami is that the operator was drunk and he turned the wave speed to the maximum which caused high waves to which people are calling tsunami in a pool.
But, the actual reason for the “tsunami” is not the operator’s intoxication but some malfunctions in the wave machinery.
Watch the video of the water world Tsunami that happened in Yanbian, Manchuria.
So, this Tsunami incident took place at Yulong Shuiyun Water Amusement park in the city Longing which lies near the border of North Korea. On Tuesday, all of sudden there were gigantic waves in full speed that have started to thrash the people in the pool. Everybody was one over another, lifted off their feet. There was water all over the edges of the pool which also thrashed the people who were standing at the edges of the pool.
Reportedly, a total of fourty-four people was injured due to this wave tsunami accident.
After the incident, the video has gone viral with the rumors that the drunk operator has maximized the wave speed and due to which a number of people got injured.
Water world Tsunami injuring many in Yanbian, Manchuria. The operator got drunk and turned the wave magnitude to maximum level. pic.twitter.com/PjKTBelPRA
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Hopefully, the government notice has clarified the incident and cleared the false allegations against the wave pool operator.
As per the government report, “According to the initial stages of the investigation, the incident was caused by a power cut that damaged electronic equipment in the tsunami pool control room, which led to the waves in the tsunami pool becoming too big and injuring people.”