Posted Monday, June 9, 2003 4:40 AM | Contributed by redman822
Ride consultant Anthony J. Rossi from Leisure Tech Services said in a letter to Holiday World president Will Kock Friday that the accident on the park's Raven that killed Tamar Fellner was most likely the result of rider misbehaviour. His report concludes that the lap bar or seat belt would be adequate to restrain a rider if properly seated. The report also says the victim's seat belt had been unbuckled and tucked in the seat cushions. Rossi says that Fellner placed her body "in a position that the ride was not designed to carry human passengers."
Read more at the official Holiday World site.