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This is the shocking moment a 33-ton glass shark tank suddenly burst leaving 15 people injured by flying shards of broken glass and a torrent of water. The tank was an attraction at the entrance to the Shanghai Orient shopping centre in China's second city when it shattered without warning on December 19. Eight of those hurt were customers and the rest were shop assistants and security staff. They mostly suffered deep cuts and bruises from sheets of broken glass. Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk... ying-crowd.html#ixzz2GGbvSVYE Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
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A police spokesman said: 'There were lots of injuries caused by flying glass, some of them serious because the glass was so thick. We are investigating what caused this.' Three lemon sharks and dozens of turtles and smaller fish, which were housed in the aquarium, were also victims of the accident that was caught on CCTV. Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk... ying-crowd.html#ixzz2GGdhId00 Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
Originally posted by jacygirl
Hello....I just saw this story on the news!
All I could think was....poor sharks. They should be swimming free in their natural habitat....not in a freaking shopping mall! I hate to see beautiful wild creatures caged (or in glass tanks).
Just makes me sad.
Originally posted by hp1229
Was the glass made in China?