Attraction “Buried alive” in Hong Kong found the body of a visitor

The Ocean Park in Hong Kong, closed to attraction “Buried alive” after its territory died a young man. This reports the South China Morning Post.

21-year-old visitor surnamed Chung found no signs of life in the “panic room” in five minutes after he entered the room. Doctors hospital Ruttonjee Hospital pronounced him dead.

It is established that Jung was a friend of one of the employees of the subsidiary company of the Swire Group, a group of workers who organized a visit to the amusement Park on Saturday.

It is noted that the body was found behind the scenes of the attraction, where, as suggested by the representatives of Ocean Park, Jung came by mistake.

This is the first fatal case in the attraction since 2001.

In July it was reported that the amusement Park in the Turkish city of Kırşehir killed a man who sent her son to ride the rides “Caterpillar”.