Amphibious Budapest sightseeing bus stranded in Danube
Fire-fighters rescued 33 people from an amphibious sightseeing water bus in Budapest Tuesday night after it ran adrift in the Danube.
János Sági, captain of the fire-fighting ship Szent Flórián, said the bus was adrift in the water at the foot of Chain Bridge after spinning out of control. Nobody was injured in the incident.
A few hours earlier, fire-fighters were called out to Szabadság híd as a man had climbed on the bridge and threatened to jump off. Fire-fighters managed to dissuade him and he climbed down of his own volition.