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Moarte socanta la faimosul Cirque du Soleil, in timpul unui spectacol!



Un acrobat a murit in timp ce executa un numar periculos.

Cirque du Soleil este cel mai cunoscut circ din lume. Acesta a suferit insa in acest week-end o pierdere tragica. Unul dintre acrobati, in varsta de 38 de ani, care era cu circul de 15 ani, a murit.
Acesta facea acrobatii in aer cand coarda de care se tinea a alunecat, acesta prabusindu-se de la o inaltime de 5 metri in gol.
Desi a fost dus de urgenta la spital, in Tampa, USA, acrobatul nu a mai putut fi salvat in urma ranilor suferite la cap. Circul a emis un comunicat prin care anunta pierderea tragica si faptul ca vor colabora cu Politia pentru a stabili cauzele decesului.

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