to connectVideo5 of people being thrown out of Thailand, the carnival ride after the safety bar is loose
A faulty safety bar on a pirate-themed attraction in Thaliand and threw five men out of their seats. The ride was closed while police investigated the ownership of the license and the safety and security of your ride.
Like a carnival ride, in Thailand, the failure of Saturday night, throwing for five people out of their seats. Two of the injured people on the trip were the children.
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The ride, a pirate themed ride in the city of Lopburi and was in the process of completing the rotation, with 14 passengers, if one side of the safety bar was loose, allowing for five passengers to fall out of their chairs, The Sun reported.
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One of the passengers, a young boy was thrown into a steel guard rail and landed on the ground. In the footage of the incident (above), he is seen with a head injury, while he and the other carnival goer is trying to apply pressure on the bleeding wound.
The other was to ride on the platform.
The man operating the ride at the time of the incident, claiming that he was only temporarily filling in for a friend that was going to take a break.
A 13-year-old girl suffered a broken leg, according to The Sun, while the others were taken to the hospital for treatment. The total number of the injured guest was not to be shared.
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A 30-year-old man, identified as Ake, who was active in the drive at the time, apologized for the “carelessness”, but claimed that he “didn’t know a lot about how to work the stage and it was just a temporary fill in.
“I was the boss in the control room, because my friend who also went to [the] station to go to the bathroom, and then had to take a break,” Ake said. “I would like to apologize to all the people that were hurt and for their families, but I didn’t know much about the machine, so I don’t have anything before I went in.”
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The ride was temporarily closed while police investigated the ownership of the license and the safety and security of your ride. It was unclear whether or not the owner had a valid license for the use of the facility.
However, the owner can be sued and legal action from those injured.