The chance of being significantly injured on an amusement-park experience is 1 in each 15.5 million rides taken, the Worldwide Affiliation of Amusement Parks and Points of interest estimated in 2019. This summer time, a steel plate fell off an Ohio coaster and hit a woman in the head. Two individuals have died after incidents on an Iowa park’s boat ride over the previous 5 years. In June, an Ohio lady died after the drive of a curler coaster severed her artery, which led to extreme inside bleeding, the Evansville Courier & Press reported. That experience’s peak velocity was 67 mph.
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