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One can only imagine how mortified a woman’s children were to see their mom fall out of a roller coaster. The horror took place at a Six Flags park in Texas, and the woman has not yet been identified. Passengers were screaming hysterically after the woman fell to her death and her children are surely traumatized for life. Making matters worse is the fact that the woman allegedly told the attendant that she felt uncomfortable before the ride took off, not sure if her seat belt was actually working.
“We heard her screaming. We were, like, ‘Did she just fall?’” witness Carmen Brown told the Dallas News.
When the woman told the attendant she was worried, he simply “told the woman ‘As long as you heard it click, you’re fine.’ Hers was the only one that went down once, and she didn’t feel safe. But they let her still get on the ride.”
“Just witnessed someone fly off of the Texas giant two seats in front of me,” a witness said on Twitter. “Coaster turned and she was gone.”
In a statement, Six Flags spokesperson Sharon Parker said:
“We are deeply saddened to share that earlier this evening an adult woman died in the park while on the Texas Giant. Park medical staff and local paramedics responded immediately. Since the safety of our guests and employees is our number one priority, the ride has been closed pending further investigation. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends during this difficult time.”
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