Flight of the Gibbon resumes zip line trips just 2 months after Canadian man plunged to his death

Flight of the Gibbon resumes zip line trips

By Don Ross

 

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CHIANG MAI, 14 June 2019: Flight of the Gibbon Chiang Mai reopened last week after securing police clearance, almost two months after a fatal zip line accident on 13 April.

 

Police in Chiang Mai gave the green light for the popular attraction to resume bookings and sales of zip line packages that cost a minimum of THB4,199 for the two-hour ride through the treetops.

 

Unconfirmed reports blamed the accident on “metallurgic failure,” although the investigation report has not been officially made public.

 

Full story: https://www.ttrweekly.com/site/2019/06/flight-of-the-gibbon-resumes-zip-line-trips/

 

TTR Weekly: 2019-06-16

 

 

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