For the second time in less than a year, criminals have cut the lines on the  Sea-to-Sky Gondola sending it crashing into the ground.

Squamish RCMP say they were contacted by the security team at the gondola at 4 a.m. Monday stating that the 5.5 cm line on the gondola had been cut and had crashed into the mountain.

Sea-to-Sky Gondola

A fallen car from the Sea-to-Sky Gondola after cable was cut on Monday Sept. 14, 2020 Courtesy RCMP

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Dave Naylor is News Editor & Calgary Bureau Chief of the Western Standard based in the Calgary Headquarters. He served as City Editor of the Calgary Sun & covered Alberta news for nearly 40 years.

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