Another very sad loss yesterday, this one on Rock n' Roller Coaster:
France: Teenager Dies on Disneyland Ride By CRAIG S. SMITH Published: June 27, 2007
The police were investigating the death of a 14-year-old Spanish girl on the fast Rock ’n’ Roller Coaster ride at the Disneyland just outside Paris. A prosecutor said the death appeared to be a result of a pre-existing medical condition rather than a ride malfunction
Last edited by larrygator on Mon Dec 12, 2011 8:14 pm.
Wasn't there a similar incident on Walt Disney World's version at Disney-MGM Stduios a while ago? I suspect this one could be down to another previously undetected heart condition, but it's best not to speculate really at this stage. Another very sad event in the theme park world none the less; let's hope the rest of this season is more positive.
^Which is why I guessed it was a medical condition she was unaware of.
Also, it said she's spanish, maybe it's like the case of the woman who died on Goliath at SFMM because she was from france and didn't understand the warning about medical conditions? I mean, sure those things are common knowledge to us coaster enthusiasts(and most of the common sensed general public) but for first time riders go figure.
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