Horrible moment when a 10 year old boy & # 39; more than 20 FEET & # 39; falls from a ride with a zip-line on concrete in a trampoline park in Florida due to & # 39; operator error & # 39;
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- The boy, 10, suffered significant injury & # 39; after the September 1 incident
- Video shows the moment the boy lost his grip on the ride with the zip line and fell to the ground
- According to the family process, the boy fell more than 20 feet from the attraction
- The incident took place on Sky Rider in Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park
- An investigation concluded that the fall of the victim was due to an & # 39; operator error & # 39;
The family of a 10-year-old boy sues a trampoline park in Florida after the child has fallen more than 20 feet from a zip line.
Horrible surveillance footage of the September 1 incident shows the boy holding onto a harness from the & # 39; Sky Rider & # 39; in the Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park in Lakeland.
The ride takes him around a curve while his legs are dangling.
Guard footage from the September 1 incident shows the boy of 10, holding onto a harness of the attraction & # 39; Sky Rider & # 39; in the Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park in Lakeland. The ride takes him around a curve while his legs are dangling
A few seconds later the boy loses his grip on the harness after a dive in the ride, which was reportedly not properly secured
A few seconds later the boy loses his grip on the harness, which was reportedly not properly secured due to a dive in the ride.
He is then crashed onto the concrete floor of the indoor ride while several people, including employees, rush to control him.
The boy who survived the ordeal was immobile as a woman he thought was his relative, and knelt over him.
According to WTSP, the boy's family has since filed a lawsuit against the covered park.
Their lawsuit claims that the incident was the result of an operating error. The suit also says that the boy & # 39; more than 20 feet & # 39; fell & & # 39; significantly injured & # 39; touched.
The victim has recovered from his injuries and is now back in school.
And the Florida Department of Agriculture supported that claim with their investigation that concluded that the armor was not secured.
The boy (top right on the floor) then falls down on the concrete floor of the indoor ride while several people, including employees, rush to control him
The boy who survived the ordeal was immobile like a woman he thought was his relative, kneeling over him
According to their report, the victim's legs were not bent, forcing him to hold his arms until he lost his grip.
In a statement, the department said: “Our inspector found no equipment deficiencies at the time of the incident, nor did Urban Air have a history of device defects during previous facility inspections. The report indicates that the incident was the result of an operating error. & # 39;
A spokesperson for the family business said: “Safety is at the heart of everything we do. We take matters of this kind very seriously and can ensure that appropriate measures are taken. & # 39;
According to the company's statement, all employees have been retrained at all attractions and those responsible for improper securing of the victim in the armor have been fired.
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