BC Gondola Operator Sues Security Firm It Hired Before Cable Cut a Second Time

The British Columbia gondola company whose main suspension cable has twice been deliberately cut has filed a lawsuit against the security company it hired to design and install a new, upgraded system after the first crime in August 2019.
A notice of claim filed in B.C. Supreme Court this week by Sea to Sky Gondola argues an alarm system designed and installed by Unified Systems Inc. failed when an unidentified person cut the cable for the second time in September 2020.
In both incidents, gondola cars on the cable that stretches 880 metres above sea level came crashing down, causing millions of dollars in damage along with lost revenue when the attraction in Squamish, B.C., had to close….

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