The owners of the company say three people were injured when a glacier wall collapsed at the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
The curse of the RMS Titanic struck again not in the middle of the North Atlantic, but in the gravity of the Titanic Museum in Tennessee. A replica of the ice wall reflects the iceberg that caused the ship to sink. “Unsinkable“In 1912, on Monday, August 2, the Pigeon Forge collapsed in the museum.
“Three guests were injured when our glacier wall collapsed and they were taken to hospital. So far, we do not know the extent of their injuries., Company officials said on their Facebook page.
Shortly after the accident, the museum closed its doors until the next morning. “The glacier wall is not present and the affected area is temporarily blocked. We hope it will take at least four weeks for the glacier to recoverOwners, Mary Kellogg Joslin and John Joslin said. Pigeon Forge police are investigating the incident and said in a statement that the crash was accidental. The museum is conducting its own investigation.
Opened in 2010, the Titanic Museum was designed to revive the world of a shipwreck that sank in the North Atlantic in 1912 after hitting more than 15 meters of ice. More than 1,500 people were killed in the sinking. John Joslyn, the owner of the museum, has dedicated his entire life to history Titanic, Wanting Visitors can share as closely as possible what the passengers and crew of the Titanic experienced“.
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