Posted Friday, June 17, 2011 12:31 PM | Contributed by Jeff
Amusement-park-goers reported 284 issues that required medical attention over two years at Orange County venues and were investigated by a state agency, an analysis by The Orange County Register has found. Theme parks and venues with permanent rides, including Disney's and Knott's, are required under a 2000 law to submit state reports every time a patron seeks care beyond first aid for medical issues on rides. The state investigates the most serious reports, roughly two-thirds of them.
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