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Originally Posted by mpdsnowman View Post
Check this shit out. Three weeks ago at darien lake, this iraq war vet was at the park and he loved coasters. It was one of those welcome back things so lets take him where he wants to go. Well apparently this guy loved coasters...

Anyway, he goes on Superman ride of steel and toward the end where you get to 3g??? literally pulls him out of the chair and sends him flying to his death...

They cited "operator error" for the incident. Reason being they say the operator should NOT have allowed him on

The problem was the war vet had no legs he lost both in the war and because his balance as a human body was off .it pulled him right out..

Technically these rides are made for people with arms and legs, thats how it is designed..

State cites Darien Lake in vet's roller coaster death |

The ride is back up and running.
This wasn't the first time someone got hurt on the superman, in 99 close to when it opened a heavy person fell out and got hurt. If i remember correct they installed the seat belts after and if you cant get it to latch you cant ride.
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