Injuries Reported at Walt Disney World – Prince Charming Regal Carrousel Ride

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Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom recently issued its quarterly listing of guest injuries. The quarterly report revealed that some rides present dangers for the park’s elderly guests. A 77-year-old woman died in December 2010 after riding on the park’s Prince Charming Regal Carrousel. A second incident reported occurred on the same ride and also involved a woman over 70 years of age. In the second incident a 71-year-old woman fell and broke her hip and a shoulder after riding the Prince Charming attraction. Disney said in the woman who died in the first incident has a pre-existing heart condition. In a third incident, a 76-year-old woman fell and sustained personal injuries to her left leg whole on the moving loading platform at Epcot’s The Seas with Nemo & Friends. In the State of Florida, all major theme parks have a longstanding agreement with the state to report guest injuries on a quarterly basis. For more read Walt Disney World guests sustain personal injuries while riding some attractions. Guests need to be aware of the inherent dangers and risks that exist at Florida theme parks. Although the rides may be entertaining and exciting, guests of all ages need to be sure they obey all safety rules and keep a watchful eye. Parents and guardians should also constantly supervise their children while at Florida theme parks. The book titled The ABCs of Child Injury – Legal Rights of the Injured Child – What Every Parent Should Know has a chapter on Injuries at Theme Parks and Attractions. The book also has chapters on Damages / Compensation, Automobile Accidents, Day Care Injuries, and other child injury topics. Click here to get a free child injury book for guidance and information on the legal rights of the injured child and what a parent can do to enforce the rights of the child.

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