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dream prediction number 5689 june 10 2014 2 dreams brian ladd
water ride accident, here

dream prediction number 5689 june 10 2014 2 dreams brian ladd

water ride accident, here

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brian2030   [Jan 11, 2020 at 07:26 PM]
Fatal incident On August 7, 2016, Caleb Schwab, the 10-year-old son of Kansas state representative Scott Schwab, died while riding Verrückt. The raft he was riding went airborne during the ascent of the second hill and impacted a metal support of the netting, decapitating him.[3][24][25] The other two passengers, both women, were injured in the incident – one suffered a broken jaw, while the other suffered a facial bone fracture and needed stitches.[26] In the immediate aftermath, the park was closed pending an inspection.[24][27] Although the park reopened three days later, the ride remained closed.[26][28][29] An investigation found that the boy, who weighed 74 pounds (34 kg), had been allowed to sit in the front of the raft, rather than between the two women accompanying him — one weighed 275 pounds (125 kg), while the other weighed 197 pounds (89 kg).[30] This led to an uneven weight distribution that contributed to the raft going airborne, despite the cumulative weight of 546 pounds (248 kg), less than the maximum recommended weight of 550 pounds (250 kg).[30] Engineers who inspected the ride also commented that the ride's netting, used in areas where riders travel up to 70 miles per hour (110 km/h), "posed its own hazard because a rider moving at high speeds could easily lose a limb if they hit it".[21] Their findings revealed that the use of the metal brace and netting system in the design,[8] along with the use of hook and loop straps to restrain the riders,[31] went against guidelines set by ASTM F-24 Committee on Amusement Ride and Devices.[32] According to the guidelines, Verrückt should have incorporated the use of a rigid over-the-shoulder restraint for riders,[31] and an upstop mechanism to prevent the rafts from going airborne.[33] Aftermath After Schwab spoke to his fellow legislators about his son's death and its effect on him, they voted to change the law that had allowed Schlitterbahn to self-inspect, requiring that all the state

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