Posted Wednesday, August 26, 2015 8:58 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Three people were injured when a tree toppled onto a boat in the Gondoletta ride in the Efteling theme park early on Tuesday afternoon. One of the theme park visitors sustained a head injury, the second a broken leg and the third suffered only minor injuries.
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See, maybe there is such a thing as too much charm.
Are we going to hear the same complaints that we heard when it happened at SFMM with Ninja?
The (formerly) charming trees have gone rogue - they're attacking!
I just want to know - was anyone around to hear it, and did it make a sound?
I think the important takeaway from this is that charm can be deadly.
Was the tree black?Last edited by RCMAC, Wednesday, August 26, 2015 1:30 PM
I didn't think that ride could be any more painful! 22 minutes!
Now they can replace the tree with a solar panel.
Was the tree black?
No, but its family was.
Buncha Canadian Walnuts.
For our environmentalist Coasterbuzzers, an alternate headline: "Tree falls on boat at Efteling, injuring tree"Last edited by bjames, Wednesday, August 26, 2015 8:28 PM
If the tree were in the wild, it would have lived much longer. In fact, I've heard of an upcoming expose documentary entitled "Blackbush."Last edited by ApolloAndy, Wednesday, August 26, 2015 9:46 PM
expose documentary entitled "Blackbush."
I don't know what you thought you were watching, but that weren't no documentary and it weren't about trees, if you catch my drift.
After Cedar point closed Paddlewheel, the vengeful Bucky Beaver moved to Efteling.
Something tells me this tree didn't go back up again after the boat went around the corner...
--Dave Althoff, Jr.
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