A cable television vehicle collapsed in north Czech Republic on Sunday, eliminating someone, authorities stated.
The mishap happened Sunday mid-day when among both cabins of the wire vehicle collapsed to the ground.
The only individual onboard, an employee, was eliminated, stated head of the local federal government Martin Puta.
Rescuers stated none of the 15 individuals onboard the 2nd cabin were damaged.
It was the initial mishap including the earliest wire vehicle in the Czech Republic that dates to 1933.
Run by the Czech Railways, it leads nearly to the top of the Jested hill near the city of Liberec.
The collision happened simply a day prior to prepared upkeep.