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Lady Slips and Falls 250 feet Into Volcano during Photoshoot

Kwabena Sowee 2 months ago 0

In Indonesia, a visitor tripped while taking pictures on the edge of an active volcano, plunging 250 feet to her death.

Huang Lihong, a 31-year-old Chinese national, fell into the crater on Saturday as she and her husband were taking a guided tour of Ijen, a volcano park in East Java, according to Hongxing News.

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In order to witness the sunrise, the pair ascended to the summit of the active volcano, which is well-known for its common “blue fire” phenomena.

Authorities were later informed by the tour guide that Lihong had initially stayed well away from the crater’s edge after being cautioned several times about the risks while posing for pictures.

However, when she began to move backward to get a little closer, she tripped and plunged into the volcano’s mouth after inadvertently stepping on her long garment.

Before her tragic fall, Lihong appeared to be posing in a picture that was making the rounds in the local media, with her leg elevated and sulfur gas clouds billowing behind her.

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Authorities say it took around two hours for rescuers to get her body.

As of right now, the tourist’s death has been declared accidental.

According to local media, her body was supposed to be flown to Bali and then back to China.

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One of the area’s cluster of volcanoes, Ijen, is well-known for its “blue fire,” which is brought on by the burning of sulfuric gasses.

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