Incident captured on video and under investigation.
A group of employees tragically died at a luxury hotel in Bali
According to information published by The Guardian, five employees of a luxury hotel in Bali died on September 4 when a glass elevator fell into a gorge from a height 90 meters. According to the rescuers, the false ground cable that raised the elevator was not strong enough.
As a result, the elevator broke at high speed. Five elevator passengers, including two men and three women aged 19 to 24, died. Two people died on the spot, and three more died in the hospital. In connection with the incident, the guests of the resort were temporarily relocated to another building.
At the moment, an investigation is underway to clarify all the circumstances and causes of this tragedy. Bali Governor Wayan Coster expressed condolences to the families and loved ones of the victims and urged hotels and tourist facilities on the island to pay special attention to the health and safety of guests. It is noted that in order to guarantee reliability and safety, the police will go through all the hotels on the island and check the condition of the elevators.
Recall that the now infamous Ayuterra Resort is a resort hotel for tourists over 18 years old, it is located in Ubud, in 3.3 km from Local Market and Ubud Palace. The hotel is popular with couples looking for a romantic setting. It offers secluded villas with private pools and stunning views of the Ayung River, mountains and surrounding greenery. Ngurah Rai International Airport is 30 km away.