The Sea to Sky Gondola cable line has been cut again, a year and a month after the gondola was first vandalized.
Kirby Brown, the manage of the Sea to Sky Gondola, told Mountain FM Radio that several cars were sent crashing to the ground.
“Something you’d never think would happen, once in a lifetime, has happened twice,” Brown told the local radio.
“An individual climbed a tower and, despite our security system and all of the measures, rapidly cut through the cable and brought the gondola to the ground.”
“We are not going to get one person bring us or the town down, we have been something similar before,” Brown said, adding that this is “one bad actor who needs to be caught and brought to justice for the safety of us all.”
“We’ve got clear imagery of what happened,” Brown told the radio.
Brown said no one was injured as far as he was aware.
“We will fix this, and we will get back up and running, and we will catch this guy this time with the information we have got. This person needs to be caught and brought to justice and his motives understood.”