Canadians fall into the abyss while enjoying selfie photos in Pecatu Bali

BADUNG, radarbali.id – A Canadian citizen by the name of Sadri Alessandro Haidar fell in the ravine at Mamo Bridge, Suluban Beach Road, Pecatu Village, South Kuta, Badung, Bali on Saturday night (7/5/2022). The 34-year-old reportedly fell while trying to take a sunset selfie on the bridge.

Denpasar Police Public Relations Chief Iptu Ketut Sukadi explained that Sadri Alessandro was found at the bottom of the ravine based on the suspicions of locals who saw a black Honda PCX motorbike parked on the west side of the bridge alive around 5:45 p.m. WITA. The findings were immediately reported to South Kuta Tourist Rescue UPTD.

“With this information, officers then went to the scene to verify. When they arrived at the scene, they found that the vehicle was left without its owner,” Sukadi explained, Sunday (8/5).

Officers also checked around for the owner but could not be found. However, the owner of the vehicle was deemed to have fallen under the bridge, so he took the initiative to immediately contact the SAR team to come to the scene.

“Around 6:15 p.m. WITA, the Basarnas team arrived on the scene. Basarnas officers if they go down to the bottom of the ravine to check. There, the victim was found seriously injured, he said.

He continued, at 8:25 p.m. WITA, the Canadian victim, Sadri Alessandro Haidar was successfully lifted from under the ravine onto the Mamo Bridge by the SAR team and assisted by residents. Then at 8:38 p.m. WITA, the victim was transported by ambulance from the Palapa Mosque to the Bali Jimbaran Hospital.

“The victim sustained injuries to his arms, neck and all over his body,” Sukadi added.

BADUNG, radarbali.id – A Canadian citizen by the name of Sadri Alessandro Haidar fell in the ravine at Mamo Bridge, Suluban Beach Road, Pecatu Village, South Kuta, Badung, Bali on Saturday night (7/5/2022). The 34-year-old reportedly fell while trying to take a sunset selfie on the bridge.

Denpasar Police Public Relations Chief Iptu Ketut Sukadi explained that Sadri Alessandro was found at the bottom of the ravine based on the suspicions of locals who saw a black Honda PCX motorbike parked on the west side of the bridge alive around 5:45 p.m. WITA. The findings were immediately reported to South Kuta Tourist Rescue UPTD.

“With this information, officers then went to the scene to verify. When they arrived at the scene, they found that the vehicle was left without its owner,” Sukadi explained, Sunday (8/5).

Officers also checked around for the owner but could not be found. However, the owner of the vehicle was deemed to have fallen under the bridge, so he took the initiative to immediately contact the SAR team to come to the scene.

“Around 6:15 p.m. WITA, the Basarnas team arrived on the scene. Basarnas officers if they go down to the bottom of the ravine to check. There, the victim was found seriously injured, he said.

He continued, at 8:25 p.m. WITA, the Canadian victim, Sadri Alessandro Haidar was successfully lifted from under the ravine onto the Mamo Bridge by the SAR team and assisted by residents. Then at 8:38 p.m. WITA, the victim was transported by ambulance from the Palapa Mosque to the Bali Jimbaran Hospital.

“The victim sustained injuries to his arms, neck and all over his body,” Sukadi added.

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