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survive Earthquake in Mexico...
have had a miracle escape from injury in Mexico City
after a terrifying earthquake rocked their luxury
hotel. The superstar singers were woken from their
sleep at 5am when the quake struck, measuring 7.3
on the Richter scale. The quake was so strong
that plaster and paintings fell off the wall,windows
were shattered and water even burst out of bathroom
of the Sligo and Dublin pop group rushed for cover
hiding under tables,doorways and chairs as the building
rocked from side to side.
Kian Egan told the Mirror: "It was absolutely
terrifying, I feel like I am lucky to be alive and
so are the rest of the lads. "I was the first to wake
up, it was like a really bad dream. It felt like the
hotel was spinning and the sky was falling in. "I
ran under the doorway and just closed my eyes and
hoped for the best as things fell down around me.
"There was also this really loud rumble like a huge
thunderstorm. I hadn't a clue what was happening to
be honest. "Everything around me was falling off tables
and the window shattered into small pieces. I have
never been so frightened. "It seemed to last for about
five minutes, although afterwards someone told me
that it had lasted for less than 60 seconds. "All
these horrible thoughts were going through my head
but my first concern was that the other lads were
not hurt. "As soon as it stopped I ran to the phone
and rang the other lads to check that they were okay.
"I just asked them if they had felt it too and they
were equally as terrified. "I then looked out of the
bedroom window at the swimming pool and it looked
like there was a huge tidal wave. "All the water in
it had splashed up over one side and it had flooded
the whole courtyard area which surrounded it."
group and other guests were rushed to an underground
safety area which is specially designed to withstand
even the strongest earthquake. Half-an-hour later
they were cleared to leave the hotel: "We were all
just thanking our lucky stars that we had survived,"
Kian added. "Mark wasn't so worried because he slept
through the whole thing he wondered what all the fuss
was about. "But the rest of the lads were pretty shaken
up about the whole thing. We rang home to tell everyone
that we were okay."
McFadden's room was so badly damaged that he had to
be moved for the rest of his stay.
were four broken windows and two of the pipes in the
bathroom had broken," he said. "The walls were literally
crumbling around me. There was plaster everywhere
and it looked like a building site. "The alarm bells
went off too and some of the safety hoses in the halls
turned on automatically.
be honest it was like something out of the movie Armageddon.
It will be a story to tell the grandchildren in future