Our tram paused next to a winding street running through a Mexican village. We had a demonstration of movie “rain” effect involving rain bars which direct a spray of water upwards which then falls looking like rain. Then there was a thunderstorm using powerful strobe lighting and thunder sound effects.Â Then they said the rain won’t turn off as a wall of water rushes down the hill and threatens to engulf the tram. The Flash Flood consists of 10,000 gallons of water from two tanks. One flood comes down the hill and one comes through the buildings at the left of the area.
Water was fired under pressure through two addition ducts right next to the tram. A signpost and cart were knocked over by the flood. The water is reused and is pumped back into the tanks ready for the next tram to visit.