Usa, a wall of ice in the shape of an iceberg collapses: three injured in the Titanic museum

An icerberg-shaped ice wall in a Tennessee museum dedicated to the Titanic collapsed last night, injuring three visitors: CNN reports that one of the injured was transported by helicopter to the hospital in Knoxville, in about fifty kilometers away. The Titanic Museum Attraction, in Pigeon Forge, bills itself as the largest museum in the world dedicated to the Titanic and offers – among other things – a collection of objects found on the ship worth 4.5 million dollars, a replica of the majestic Grande First-class staircase and a large wall of ice in the shape of an icebreg that visitors can touch.