Several people injured in a Greenpeace parachute stunt
A skydiver, a stadium full of fans and one of the largest football tournaments in the world. What could go wrong?
Thanks to a Euro 2020 game between Germany and France, we now know the answer.
A Greenpeace stunt during the game on Tuesday in the Allianz Arena resulted in several spectators being hospitalized after the parachutist – with the message “Kick out oil” – tangled himself in wires and debris fell on the field and the stands. so the BBC.
France coach Didier Deschamps almost joined them but was reportedly able to evade a piece of falling equipment near the shelter. This is how the chaos played out:
The protester is said to have been among those injured by falling hard on the pitch.
UEFA quickly condemned the protest via the BBC:
“This reckless act – which could have had very serious consequences for a large number of participants – injured several people who are now in the hospital and the judicial authorities will take the necessary action.
“Fortunately, the game was not affected by such a ruthless and dangerous action, but several people were injured.”
After the interruption, France prevailed 1-0.
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