Mantler said he could hear the crackling from the far glacier, which is a sign that glazing the glacier – the natural process in which a large stretch of ice broke – was forthcoming. When his client was safe, he pulled out the phone and began to record, but continued to watch the other group of tourists.
"I saw everyone getting out of evil and their leaders are also ready to jump. in action, if necessary, so I kept recording, but with people's eyes moving, "said Mantler. People start moving at a higher level when the waves approach them.
"While the bleeding is quite common at this time of the year, it's a very big event and much closer to the shore than usual, so it's so close," said Mantler. "After all, the most important , no one is hurt or even wet. "
He said everyone was informed what to do in the event of burns before heading for their adventure.