On Tuesday, one of the technicians for Cirque du Soleil was hit by a lift, while working on the set for “Luzia”, as per an announcement from the execution organization. They have not released information on the technician, who was taken to a nearby healing center where he eventually died from his injuries, as per San Francisco Police. Cirque du Soleil had not gotten in contact with the employee’s family, so they were unable to release any information about the employee.
“We are as of now assembling more data about this heartbreaking mishap and will overhaul you with more subtle elements when we are in a position to do as such,” it expressed.
The episode happened around 6:43 p.m., just before the booked 8 p.m. demonstrate situated close to the city’s AT&T Park. The San Francisco Police Department and the state’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health, otherwise called Cal-OSHA, are exploring the episode.
The Tuesday night show was postponed. “Luzia” opened in San Francisco not long ago and is booked to keep running until the end of January. The passing could lead to more investigation into the safety of the organization’s staff.
It turned into an issue in 2013 after a Cirque du Soleil entertainer, Sarah Guillot-Guyard, dove to the floor after the wire rope from which she was suspended down and out. The trapeze artist fell almost 100 feet to her passing before a crowd at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino. Prior this week, a previous Olympic acrobat fell face first around 16 feet amid a Cirque du Soleil execution in Brisbane, as per 7 News, a CNN associate in Australia. She endured a crack to her neck and a broken arm, yet was accounted for to be in stable condition.