Mexican Pool Party Almost Turns Deadly When Liquid Nitrogen Is Poured Into Pool

Posted: June 20, 2013 by subwaycreatures in News
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DailyNews: A pool party turned into a chemistry experiment gone wrong in Mexico when organizers poured liquid nitrogen into the pool, creating a noxious fog that put one man in a coma and sickened eight others. The nitrogen formed a thick cloud over the pool and hampered revelers’ breathing, proving almost deadly. “They realized that I had fainted because they saw the tray floating alone in the pool,” Jael Jimenez, a hostess at the party, told Milenio.com. “Otherwise, I might have drowned.” Jimenez was one of several who jumped in the pool and fell ill. Many passed out and slipped under the water. Most victims have been treated and released from the hospital. Jose Ignacio Lopez del Toro, 21, remains in intensive care in a coma, Univision Noticias reported. Video of the party gone wrong show the moment the fun turned to horror. As the noxious cloud spread, revelers can be heard off-camera coughing and hacking. When partygoers outside the pool realize something has gone wrong, several jump in the water to pull out the unconscious victims.

Wonder who the brains of this operation were? First off, everyone knows you don’t go in the pool during these huge club parties cause that’s the community toilet that everyone is pissing in. And regardless of whether or not the nitrous gas was knocking people out, how much fun is it to sit in a cloud of smoke and not be able to see your own hand in front of your face? I’m actually shocked no one died and if I were the vegetable in the coma, I would hope they just pulled the plug because no way do I want my last memory on Earth to be getting Auschwitz’d in a Mexican pool.
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