There is a saying,whatever happens,happens for Good. But today A chair lift has derailed on Maine's tallest ski mountain that too in high winds and this time it injured several people at 30 feet to the slope below. It was not for good at all.
Sugarloaf resort, the officials says 6 were injured and 220 were the strength of the people presented on the Lift, moreover that patrols are evacuating the lift .
Sugarloaf marketing director Brad Larsen told NBC News that most of the injuries are normal and nothing serious happend to anyone but the resort is still assessing from the situation.
And finally out of 220, two people were taken to the nearest hospital, which is 45miles away from the incident happen,by Ambulance.
"Once the thing started bouncing up and down beside me, I stopped looking. I didn't want to see it, honestly," Marshall said. "It was terrifying."
Written By Rana G on Tuesday, December 28, 2010 | 12:15 PM
Posted by Rana G at 12:15 PM