Colorado company that helped build Huge fish tank In a Berlin hotel that suddenly explodes — sending thousands of gallons of water and more than 1,500 tropical fish into the lobby and street — he sends a team to investigate the rip-off caused by initial reports of “physical exhaustion.”
sheets of acrylic Reynolds polymer technologyInc., based in Grand Junction, Colorado, is building the 82-foot-tall Aquadome at the luxury Radisson Collection hotel, which broke ground on Friday.
“At this point, it is too early to identify the factor or factors that may lead to such a failure,” the company said in a statement.
But Iris Spranger, Berlin’s chief security official, told German media that initial indications appeared to be “metal fatigue”.
The massive aquarium exploded around 6 a.m. Friday local time and 200,000 gallons of water and more than 1,500 brightly colored tropical fish flooded the lobby and spilled into the street, causing the evacuation of about three hundred hotel guests.
Most of the fish were killed, although some were rescued at the bottom of the tank.
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