Pancho Saavedra travels across our country to record "Locations That Speak" which was close to losing his life with "Taster", David Liempi.
It turns out that the Channel 13 animator looked like a Biobio River mouth from a kayak beside the operator, but things remained unmanageable when both fell.
"It is the strongest we have lived in seven years. Feeling we were away in a second from death, desperation to be in the water and unable to leave, I won't give it to anyone", comments Francisco La Cuarta that it was his most traumatic event in his life.
The situation is sent in this Saturday's chapter, but when they left the issue, they had to stop recording.
"We have a picture of traumatic stress because it was very sensitive"said Pancho Saavedra.
In the same sense, "Taster" checked it out "We were going down to the rapids of the Biobío River and almost immediately after we were stuck in the jacuzzi that sucked us. Everyone was trying to fight to save himself, but always thinking of another.
"It is true that they say life can go in a second," Liemp said, stressing that the situation would mean him forever.