A CHINESE traveller who fell into a fill during Zambia’s famous Victoria Falls while holding cinema has transient with usually bruises, a tourism central said.
The traveller named as Wang Shun Xue plunged into a shoal territory of a fill and survived with “only teenager injuries,” John Zulu, manager of a National Heritage Conservation Commission in Livingstone, told AFP.
“The abyss of a fill is 25 metres (but where he fell from, it’s about 15 metres since some places there are slopes.”
He fell on a stone and postulated bruises on his arm, pronounced Mr Zulu. “He looked repelled since of a accident.”
After a medical check during a internal clinic, a 45-year-old traveller and his 3 friends flew out of a country.
The Victoria Falls, a piece of descending water, plunges 108 metres during a deepest point.
On a Zambezi River on a limit of Zambia and Zimbabwe, a Victoria Falls is a renouned end for unfamiliar holidaymakers.