Lama invade piscina

Combinação entre fortes chuvas e tempestade de poeira causa o fechamento da Wavegarden em Melboune, Austrália.

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Urbnsurf é fechada nesta sexta-feira em Melbourne.

Uma tempestade de poeira seguida de fortes chuvas na última quinta-feira (23) forçou o fechamento das instalações da piscina de ondas da Urbnsurf, em Melbourne, Austrália.

A direção do local anunciou que foi forçada a fechar a onda artificial – que possui tecnologia da Wavegarden – depois que a piscina mudou de cor devido ao que chamaram de “tempestade de lama”.

O fenômeno climático incomum foi causado por uma tempestade de poeira que se acumulou no noroeste do estado de Victoria na quarta-feira, antes de uma frente fria arrastar a terra sobre a capital do estado de Melbourne.

Os operadores da Urbnsurf estão trabalhando contra o relógio para tentar reabrir as instalações neste sábado (25).

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Since the wild dust storm rained mud on us last night, our dedicated crew of facilities technicians, divers, robotic vacuum cleaners, sweepers and even lifeguards have been scrubbing non-stop to return our surfing lagoon to its usual crystal-blue state. Regrettably (due to the thick nature of the dust) we’re still hard at work cleaning our lagoon, and in the interests of our guests’ health and safety, @urbnsurf #melbourne will be closed tomorrow, Friday 24 January 2020. As we did today, we’ve contacted everyone who’s booked in to surf tomorrow via email, who will receive a full credit to rebook their session or lesson at their convenience – valid for 3 years from the date of issue. Once we have made further progress, we’ll issue a further update tomorrow evening. If you have any questions, please contact our friendly CX crew via enquiries@urbnsurf.com (we encourage this over calling, as our phone lines are receiving heavy traffic at the moment). Many thanks again for your continued patience and support, and we can’t wait to have you back surfing perfect waves with us in Tullamarine #surfmore

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