Judge orders injury reports on all Six Flags Rotor rides
Posted Wednesday, August 15, 2001 4:20 AM | Contributed by redman822
A judge hearing the suit against Six Flags Great America for the injury of a girl on the park's Rotor has ordered the parent company to turn over all injury reports throughout the chain regarding the ride.
There are not restraints on the Rotor CoasterCliff. And the park is responsible for making sure the restraints are put on properly before running a ride. If someone fools with the restraint once a ride starts, then the park should not be held accountable.
*** This post was edited by wahoo skipper on 8/16/2001. ***
I am amazed. Some people say that Six Flags should sue the person, just b/c she's suing them. Secondly, some people are saying the parent's don't know how to strap in their kids, and are also calling the kids stupid. Well Coastercliff, would you like me to call your kids stupid b/c they add more wait time to the lines, and just remember you were one too, and plus its the ride-ops who are supposed to make sure that they're securely restrained. Also, people, learn how to spell. Granted I never won a spelling bee or anything like that, but sue is not spelled S-E-W, its spelled S-U-E.
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I love the way people forget about the insurance policies these compaines carry.... just incase of being sued...they carry HUGE amounts! They are also a public company, so if you are so concerned, go buy some stock! LOL! ------------- http://members.aol.com/rides911/accidents.htm
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