Women riding a cable car suspected of high altitude syncope hundreds of tourists were forced to stay in the air.


Women riding a cable car suspected of high altitude syncope hundreds of tourists were forced to stay in the air.

In July 31st, a female tourist in Kunming, Yunnan, took a cable car down the mountain from the west mountain. Soon after the cable car started, the tourist suddenly cried and lay back, doubting the phenomenon of syncope. The scenic spot immediately stopped the cable car, and hundreds of tourists stayed in the air.

The staff turned the cable car back to the starting point, the woman rose and accompanied by her family, then the cable car resumed operation.

Ms. Wang, the staff of the party and government office of the Kunming Xishan Scenic Area, began to find a woman's syncope from the beginning, and the stop time was not more than two minutes.

"It's not clear whether she's afraid of heights or anything else," said Ms. Wang.

Ms. Wang, a member of the party and government office of Xishan Scenic Spot in Kunming, said: "(afraid of Gao) is online, not what we said. This is about the privacy of the parties, we are not very clear, whether she is afraid or what other reasons, or there is a threat of heights, and we are not convenient to ask.

Responsible editor: Gui Qiang


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