Berlin aquarium burst footage

As 1 million liters of water poured out of the 82-foot-high Berlin aquarium burst footage on Friday morning, glass and other debris were swept out of the building, which also houses a hotel and cafes. German police said that on Friday, a massive aquarium in the center of Berlin burst, causing a wave of destruction in and around the Sea Life tourist attraction.

As 1 million liters of water poured out of the 82-foot-high aquarium shortly before 6 a.m. local time (12 a.m. ET), glass and other debris were swept out of the building, which also houses a hotel and cafes. The fire department in Berlin reported that two people had sustained minor injuries, and rescue dogs were getting ready to search the building for anyone who might be buried beneath debris.

There was a hunch that overnight low temperatures of 14 degrees Fahrenheit had caused the tank to crack and then explode from the weight of the water.

The incident’s cause was still under investigation, according to the police, but there was no evidence that it was the result of an attack.

Gwendolin Szyszkowitz, a witness, told the German news channel n-tv that she initially thought a bomb had gone off when she heard a loud bang. According to the operators, the Berlin aquarium burst footage had 1,500 tropical fish from 80 different species in the largest cylindrical tank in the world prior to the incident. The aquarium in Berlin is a major draw for tourists and was last updated in 2020.

One of the attraction’s highlights was the ten-minute elevator ride through the tank. World News Spot Live

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