Daredevil Spencer Horsman Nearly Drowns During Botched Stunt
Magician Spencer Horsman nearly drowned performing a stunt in front of live audience.
Daredevil Spencer Horsman nearly drowned during a botched stunt after he was trapped in a 30-inch glass box filled with water suspended above the ground.
The tank was lowered and rescue crews worked furiously to pull him out.
The dramatic scene unfolded on Tuesday afternoon in front of the State Theatre in New Brunswick, New Jersey during a promotion for an upcoming show featuring magician Criss Angel.
Horsman was in the box for about two-and-a-half minutes but was unable to get the last lock, according to reports.
Horsman told INSIDE EDITION: "I am not going to disappoint the audience by quitting. I am currently in conversation right now with Criss in regards to maybe modifying the escape, even possibly postponing it. Everyone's concern is my safety, so, is mine, of course. I am still very adamant about performing this."
It's the second time Horsman had to be rescued from a tank. In June, the same thing happened at Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut and Angel had to come to his rescue.
“He kind of went limp and I knew he was in trouble,” Criss Angel told INSIDE EDITION after the first mishap.
This time, Horsman was rushed to the hospital and is expected to be okay.
Angel even tweeted from the hospital to show fans that Horsman is recovering well:
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