Tragedy in the circus, he died in front of the audience
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Tragedy circus A Chinese man in a village near the city of Suzhou in central Anhui Province. a Artist swing She died while performing with her husband. The woman, nicknamed the Sun, fell into the void while performing with her husband. She was taken to the hospital but succumbed to her injuries in the fall.
Videos of the incident on social media show the couple being carried aloft by a crane over a large outdoor platform, with the woman holding on to her husband whose arms are wrapped around two pieces of fabric hanging from the crane. As they swayed through the air, the woman wrapped her arms around her husband’s head and hung from him. But she lost her grip and fell onto the hard stage to the cheers of the audience. Her husband tried to grab her legs, but he couldn’t.
The videos shocked Chinese social media. Many users wondered why the woman was not wearing a seat belt and why there were no safety nets or mats on the floor. Others have called for stricter regulations on making stunts and better protections for performers.
“This kind of acrobatic performance in the air is really dangerous. At least put a safety net under it so that (the artist) can be protected from falling,” said a comment on Chinese platform Weibo. “No matter how skilled the artists are, there will always be mistakes. How come there are no security measures?”
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