- Family Sues Six Flags After Woman's Fall From 14-Story High Roller Coaster
- Woman who fell from Las Vegas roller coaster is ‘double amputee’
Family Sues Six Flags After Woman's Fall From 14-Story High Roller Coaster
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The family of a year-old Dallas woman has filed a lawsuit against Six Flags Over Texas two months after the woman was thrown from the seat of her roller coaster and fell 75 feet to her death. Rosa Esparza was killed July 19 when she fell off the Texas Giant, a story roller coaster that twists and turns at more than 60 miles per hour at the amusement park in Arlington. The lawsuit, which accuses Six Flags of negligence, was filed on Tuesday, the same day Six Flags announced the roller coaster will reopen this weekend. Esparza, according to the suit, was in the front, left seat of the second car in the roller coaster chain when the ride began. Her son-in-law and daughter were in the front seat, and according to the lawsuit, they saw Esparza "attempting to hold on for dear life. She turned, as I understand it, to see her mother's feet in the air.
A year-old Plainfield woman fell from a small roller coaster onto asphalt Thursday night at Plainfield Fest. Plainfield Fest opened about 6 p. Thursday for a private event for individuals with special needs, according to its website. Not long after that, police and fire personnel already stationed at the festival witnessed a woman falling from a small roller coaster ride called the Iron Dragon. The woman suffered minor injuries and was taken to Edward Emergency Department in Plainfield. She was released later Thursday night, Stratton said.
A woman died Friday at Six Flags Over Texas near Dallas while riding the world's steepest wooden roller coaster, the park confirmed Friday night. The Texas Giant, a story-high, 4,feet-long roller coaster that is among the premiere attractions at the park in Arlington, Texas, was closed, the park said in a statement. Nadine Kelley, who had been waiting in line for the ride, told NBC 5 of Dallas that riders who were sitting behind the woman said that "right when they came down off the first bump and hit that first turn, she flew out. The woman was accompanied by two children, who were "hysterical," Kelley said. It was very sad," she said. The daughter and the son said, 'We have to go get my mom. We have to go get my mom.
Clark County spokesman Erik Pappa said he could not specify whether the woman was missing her legs or arms, but he confirmed on Thursday that she had lost her limbs before the fall. The woman, who is in her mids to early 30s, was ejected from her seat on El Loco , which goes up to 44 mph, sometime between p. Our thoughts and prayers are with the individual involved.
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An Illinois carnival is forced to shut down a ride after a woman suffers minor injuries after falling off a small roller coaster. A malfunction on a roller coaster in Plainfield, Ill. Fortunately, the victim reportedly only suffered minor injuries after falling from the Iron Dragon roller coaster at the Plainfield Fest carnival. Local outlets reported that she was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. The incident occurred around 6 p. After being taken to the hospital, the woman was reportedly released later the same night.
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