One of the positive sides that has been highly praised in Pokemon GO is the way the game encourages you to leave home and explore new regions while searching for new Pokémon Gyms and PokeStops. But it ended up not being very good for two players from North San Diego County.
Two Pokemon Go players Fall Off a Cliff While Hunting Pokemon
As we all know that recently, an incident occurred where a gamer crashed his car into a tree while playing the game, he was also driving at the same time. Again an incident occurred where two players of Pokemon Go fell off a cliff in California, USA.
They would have climbed a wall to catch Pokemon, but as the site of the land was sandy and unstable, ended up crashing. One fell from a height of almost 30 meters, but as fell on the sand, did not die.
But, the second one fell into a different part of the cliff and had fallen from a height of “only” 15 meters. Currently, no information disclosed yet about the health status of those players, but they were rescued and taken to a local hospital.
The man who fell on the beach had first aid made by lifeguards. The other had to be rescued by firefighters, who used ropes to pull him. According to Robbie Ford, head of the fire department in the region, the two were playing Pokemon Go at the time of the accident, but this was still not confirmed yet.
Local victims climbed was notoriously dangerous and even had signs for people not to approach, due to the danger of the slope of the collapse, something relatively common and coastal areas due to the sea erosion.
Sergeant Rich Eaton of the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department said that “I think people just need to realize this is a game, as It’s not worth your life. No game is worth your life”. However, the trending mobile game Pokemon Go has more active daily users than Twitter and Tinder, which has been engaged in more Google searches than the “PORN” in the recent days.