Canadian police said today that a man was swept away by Niagara Falls, the world’s largest. When people were found, they were sitting under the waterfall with a life-threatening injury. On the stone of the river.
Agence France-Presse reported that Niagara Park police received a notice at 4 am yesterday, saying that a man was on the cliff at Horseshoe Falls with a drop of 57 meters.
The police said that when they arrived, the man climbed through the retaining wall and entered the river, and was washed down by the river. The police reported: “After searching the bed under the river, I found that the man was injured and sitting on the stone, but there is no danger to life.”
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) reported that the undisclosed man finally landed on the Canadian side of the US-Canada border waterfall and was taken to hospital for treatment.
According to local news media records, this incident is the case where the fourth adult has survived the waterfall without protection and survived successfully.
Many people tried to jump off the waterfall, but only a few people survived in the past. According to the Buffalo News, about 25 people try to jump off the waterfall every year to commit suicide.