A hot air balloon carrying 17 people landed in a gator-infested pond near Walt Disney World. No one was injured in the crash. The balloon began filling up with water and started to sink but never fully submerged.
According to Raw Story, The hot air balloon was owned by Davenport, Florida-based company Orlando Balloon Rides (OBR). OBR allows consumers to experience the “magic” of Orlando with rides ranging between $99 and $225, according to the company’s website.
The pilot said due to the change of the wind and power lines, the basket shifted towards the pond. All aboard were screaming and afraid for their lives. Ear Hustle 411 is pleased to inform you that all 17 on board survived.
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