Fusion Adventure claims not all parked cars in Lopinot belonged to them

Fusion Adventure claims not all parked cars in Lopinot belonged to them

Fusion Adventure responded to the incident this morning, where some 60 hikers were reported to the TTS by Lopinot residents for breach of COVID-19 regulations.

In a release issued by Fusion Adventure, it says “it was brought to our attention that there were many vehicles in Lopinot today as persons were attempting Mission Camel Back. It was our hope that the extension would have minimized this, however, based on observing more than 30 vehicles at the location; this is not evident. It should be noted that all vehicles may not be associated with persons registered for the event but this does not remove the risk involved.”

 

FusionAdventure said they have now taken the decision to postpone Mission Camel Back and all other events, until after the 23rd of May.

”We apologise for any inconvenience but the safety of everyone is paramount.”

 

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