Six Flags reported that one was injured, but the wounded man is stable. Photo: Twitter SixFlagsMexico
In the last few hours it was reported that an 18-year-old man had died at the hospital after Six Flags was “flying” the last end of a game at a Mexican facility.
However, the amusement park, through a note, reported that there was one injured, but that the injured is stable.
The 18-year-old visitor is in stable condition after being injured in a children’s mechanical “spinning drum” game. Visitor safety is our top priority “
– Six Flags Mexico (@SixFlagsMexico) November 17, 2020
He also stated that the game is currently closed for the appropriate inspections, both legal and mechanical.
As a precaution, the game was shut down to be properly examined and found to be safe to operate. This game is an attraction that has been in the park for a long time and has provided millions of safe cycles without any problems. However, he is investigating the latest incident, so the game will be completely closed. “
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