The intensity of Pok mon Go has gone to another level. The game has been reaching new heights. In yet another bizarre incident in the US, a woman got stuck up in a tree inside a cemetery while playing the widely popular location-based augmented reality game Pok mon Go and had to be rescued by firefighters. The New Jersey woman was trying to catch Pok mon in a cemetery in Clarksboro when she ended up stuck in a tree and had to call emergency number 911 to rescue her. Also Read - 5 best Yoga apps for iOS in 2021: Use these apps and start your journey to fitnessAlso Read - International Yoga Day 2021: 5 best weight loss apps you can try out
Officials said that the woman climbed the tree on Tuesday night while playing “Pok mon Go” on her smartphone inside the Eglington Cemetery, authorities said. She called 911, and the East Greenwich Township Fire and Rescue arrived to get her down with a ladder.
“The biggest thing we are trying to stress out of all this is people playing this game need to be cognizant about watching where they are going and what they are doing so no one gets hurt,” East Greenwich Township Fire chief Rob Gouldwas quoted as saying by WPVI-TV.
In a Facebook post, the fire department warned ” Pok mon Go ” players to “think about what you are doing and where you are going before you actually do it.” The woman is said to have “reluctantly admitted” the incident occurred as a result of playing the game.
Banning is not a solution if that was then liquor and smoking should be banned first because it is taking more life”s then Pok mon go. The incident comes amid a surge in incidents of people getting into trouble while playing Pok mon Go. Cleveland Police issued a warning after a driver in Stourbridge, West Midlands, was fined for playing while driving. In another incident in the US someone drove into a police car while playing the game at the wheel.
A teenager was shot dead in Guatemala after being ambushed while playing the game with his cousin.