Not adequate signs giving warnings? Yeesh, I guess during their several rides they never noticed the signs warning about heart problems et al. Seems really stupid to me. But at least its not one of those ridiculous so many million dollar lawsuits.
This doesn't make any sense...even if they had signs posted everywhere about the warnings, they didn't mention that the girl had a pre-existing condition (which she shouldn't ride it if she did, warning or no).
^ Sometimes people have a pre-existing condition, but are unaware of it till something aggravates it, like a thrill ride. Unfortunately, though, some people do know about a condition and choose to ignore it.
People are so stupid. There are so many warnings on all of Disney attractions, ride operator explanation before almost every ride. Is it not a common rule of thumb: if you have a heart condition do not ride rides(such as drop rides) that may make it worse. If you were not aware you had heart issues-your lucky! you now know you have a heart condition and can try to find ways to make it worse. If you were sewing CF or something, it would make more sense, Disney cast members are like the best ride operators on Earth.
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