Posted Friday, November 8, 2013 8:46 AM | Contributed by Jason Hammond
A Six Flags Over Texas employee told police that he or she thought the safety restraint was “a little high, or not as tight as it should be” on the Dallas woman who fell to her death from the Texas Giant roller coaster in July, according police documents. That employee, whose name was redacted, went to the roller coaster’s control panel to check the safety indicator light, the interview summary said. After determining the lap bar was secure, the train carrying Rosa Esparza was allowed to leave.
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