The water ride accident at Cedar Point’s Shoot the Rapids that injured seven on Friday in Ohio and the Six Flags death of Rosy Esparza who fell to her death on Friday from the Texas Giant roller coaster is raising the question for some of whether amusement parks are truly prepared for the big summer crowds and how often rides are being inspected. According to a July 21, 2013, CBS News report, it was Rosy Esparza’s first time visiting Six Flags.
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Was it a mere coincidence that the two accidents: one at Cedar Point’s Shoot the Rapids water ride and one at Six Flags Texas Giant roller coaster occurred only within minutes from each other in the late afternoon?
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