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A 46-ft-tall aquarium in the lobby of a Berlin hotel burst open on December 16, injuring two people and sending 264,000 gallons of water crashing through the lobby and into the street — along with approx 1,500 dead tropical fish.
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Berlin Aquarium Burst Video
A giant aquarium containing 1 million litres of water in the lobby of the Radisson Blu Hotel in Berlin, has burst, flooding the hotel and nearby streets.
The “AquaDom” – home to 1,500 tropical fish – is 46 ft high and was the largest cylindrical aquarium in the world.
As per reports, a giant aquarium containing 1 million litres of water in the lobby of the Radisson Blu Hotel in Berlin, has burst, flooding the hotel and nearby streets.
Two people are reported injured in this incident.
Giant Aquarium Burst spilling 1500 Fish
A 16-meter aquarium has burst at a hotel in downtown Berlin.
Parts of the facade of the hotel where the aquarium was located flew onto the street.
More than 100 first responders had been called in to deal with the damage.
Berlin’s traffic agency said an extremely large volume of water had spilled over onto the street outside.
The area has been largely cordoned off while the street on which the hotel is located has been closed off.
Aquarium Burst in Berlin
Sub-freezing temperatures are suspected of causing a five-story high aquarium to burst at a hotel in Berlin, Germany.
Some people thought a bomb went off when the glass exploded, sending more than 200,000 gallons of water and 1,500 fish onto the street.
There are no indications of a targeted, violent attack on the large aquarium in central Berlin, police say.
The fire brigade added that the giant tank “burst abruptly.”
More than 100 firefighters are working in the area.
Only about 2% of fish from Berlin’s AquaDom were rescued after the giant hotel aquarium exploded Friday, spilling 1 million liters of salt water and 1,500 fish into the lobby.