One of the luxurious pools at Oceans Beach Club in Magaluf.Photo: OBC Network
The 19-year-old had his first few hours of vacation in Spain. He had no good idea other than a swim in the morning at the huge pool at Oceans Beach Club Magalf in Mallorca. Sure, He jumped into the water first, but he made a mistake and immediately hit the ground. From the pool
According to El Diario de Mallorca, a Norwegian tourist accidentally jumped into an area of the pool just 0.5 meters deep. After the crash The boy would have had a neck fracture and a serious head injury..
The doctor who came to the scene first stabilized his vital signs and fixed his spine to prevent even greater injuries than what he offered. He was then urgently transferred to the intensive care unit of Son Espases Hospital, where he is now being examined very closely.
Pool of Oceans Beach Club in Magaluf. Photo: Instagram
There is no official report on the current situation of the young man, but the local media dared to spread it. May have been “paralyzed” for the rest of his life..
Image of a tourist in one of the pools of the complex. Photo: Instagram
He confirmed to Son Espaces, a sanatorium in the capital of Mallorca, Palma, that his condition was “serious.”
Civil Guard agents investigated the incident and paramedics activated psychologists to assist the victim’s friends. The episode was reported to the Norwegian Consulate for transmission to his family.
A bird’s eye view of the club pool.
First balcony of the year
Recently, Norwegian tourists were not the only accidents in the area. May 12, another tourist, in this case an Englishman, Died falling from the 7th floor of his hotel in Magaluf.. This is the first failed balcony of the year, showing the Diario de Mallorca.
Witnesses recorded the subject as they saw his life risking walking back and forth along a narrow shelf outside the hotel balcony where he was staying. At some point, the man is supported only by his hands and can no longer be grasped, and he finds himself lying on the ground.
A man doing a “balcony” at a hotel in Magaluf. Photo: Diario de Mallorca to capture video
The Ib-salut medical service participated in the mobile ICU, but could only prove his death. Agents of the Calvià local police and members of the Civil Guard were also mobilized.
Police said a 34-year-old man may have taken or took medicine during strange operations.