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Orlando amusement park ride death video

A new and disturbing video has been making its way around the web of a man killing himself while riding the "Crazy Boat" ride at the Orlando International Airport (OIA). The accident took place on Monday July 29th around 3:30 pm in front of hundreds of shocked passengers on the ride, who were very vocal in expressing their concern. The accident at the Orlando theme park is still under investigation, but there is strong evidence that a passenger died during the ride. I'm sure the safety standards at Walt Disney World are extremely rigid. It is a tragedy for one of their customers to perish in any way while visiting one of their parks in Orlando.



There are so many people who are very concerned about the safety of this ride, and for good reason. Disney, as well as other amusement park companies, should be held accountable for not just the deaths that have already resulted from malfunctions but also future incidents caused by malfunctions. Hopefully, this case will highlight the need to improve amusement park ride safety and spur a discussion on how we can help prevent these kinds of accidents from happening in the future.


We suspect that this tragedy will bring about changes to the safety regulations for amusement park rides. Disney has already stated its intent to revamp its processes with a focus on safety; it remains to be seen how other theme parks react. We don't believe that these changes will be terribly disruptive for the average visitor (although the addition of long lines at check-in might be irritating), but it's certainly in everyone's interest to ensure that all danger is minimized as much as possible when millions of people visit amusement parks each year.


Following the tragedy and outcry surrounding the 2013 death of Sgt. James Hackemer on the 'Skyhawk' roller coaster at Florida's Orlando-area Skyscraper Top Drop Tower, new regulations were introduced to govern amusement park rides in Florida. Recent events suggest that these regulations are proving effective, as there have been no other fatalities since the Skyhawk incident.


Video recordings of a fatal accident at an Orlando amusement park on Wednesday appear to show a boat becoming airborne and crashing into a pedestrian bridge above sturdy concrete barriers. It's been a horrible 12 months for theme parks when it comes to fatalities. This time last year, a Texas-based family business operated more than half a dozen of its own fatal attractions at marine parks around the world. In 2014, two children were killed in separate incidents on water rides operated by two of the leading US theme park chains. In 2015, a British youngster was killed in an accident on an Orlando rollercoaster owned and operated by one of the world's wealthiest and most established entertainment corporations. No ride is without risk, but clearly some facilities and operations are more dangerous than others.


Whether or not you're for or against putting video cameras on every ride, it's undeniable that more will be coming. This only increases the need to train staff and ensure that they handle both camera malfunctions and rider emergencies appropriately.


The unfortunate reality of these industrial machines, as with most machines, is that failure does not always result in fatalities. Rather these injuries tend to be the exception than the norm. Excessively loud noises from exciting rides and attractions at amusement parks can be a source of excitement for kids and adults alike who frequent them. Therefore, it is usually not necessary to install ear protection on a regular basis. However, this should not be interpreted to mean they should never be used, especially if you have concerns with your hearing.


After the accident, new safety measures are being implemented at Disney. They are putting sensors into the seats and they will have ropes to stop people from slipping down. However, it is too late for this poor boy. He fell to his death while riding the roller coaster due to an unknown reason. He was not wearing a seatbelt and he went through the floor of the car, which sent him falling over a hundred feet. It is a very tragic accident.


The ride remained closed until Sunday when theme park officials reopened it after they say they've made the necessary adjustments to re-open. The TV station said that everyone was riding in a two-seat car that seats two. One seat was occupied by a camera operator recording the other rider for a television show. The second seat had no one in it and officials confirmed that's where Robert D.


A parent was so focused on recording video of his kid on the high-speed contraption that he didn't notice in time to prevent his son from hitting the other kids. Thankfully, the kid (and others) are fine, but there's a lesson here for those who record videos: put the phone down sometimes! We've all been guilty of it at some point or another, and it's such a dangerous habit. And everyone is guilty of it! Not just parents, but all people in general! The next time you feel compelled to take out your device to record an event without paying attention to what's going on around you, turn off the damn device and enjoy life more in the moment.

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