The great aquarium in Berlin bursts, spilling
1 million liters of water on the road
BERLIN, Dec 16 (Reuters) - A huge aquarium in Berlin housing around
1,500 unusual fish burst on Friday
spilling 1 million liters (264,172 gallons) of water and particles onto
a prime street in the busy Mitte district, the authorities said.
About 100 lifeguards flocked to the website, an
entertainment complex that houses a Radisson hotel
and a museum, as well as what Sea Life
Berlin said would
become the world's largest free-standing cylindrical
aquarium at 46 feet (14 meters). ) Tall.
All the other guests at the inn,
Sandra Weeser, referred to the chaos.
"The whole aquarium was blown up and what's left is general devastation.
Lots of useless fish, debris," she told Reuters.
Two people were injured by glass splinters and emergency
bids were called for around 350 hotel visitors to p.C.
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