Frenchman with no arms and legs dives to a depth of 33 meters

It happened on Thursday in the famous pool of Brussels "Nemo 33", the deepest in the world, in which trained professionals, including Special Forces soldiers.


Frenchman Philippe Kruazon, survived the amputation of hands and feet after the accident, the first in the history of the diver with a disability, who dives into the water at 33 meters.

It happened on Thursday in the famous pool of Brussels "Nemo 33", the deepest in the world, in which trained professionals, including Special Forces soldiers.

"It was something huge, a great moment of happiness," — said Kruazon reporters after unable to touch the bottom of the unique pool.

Forty-four former metallurgist suffered amputation of the hands up to the elbows and legs to the knees after 1994 was an electric discharge in the 20 thousand volts, touching a high voltage line during the installation of a TV antenna.

Source:

Interfax

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