Amusement Ride Injury

A woman was injured while riding on an amusement ride which spins in a circular motion. The amusement ride functions by requiring the rider to lean back against a panel against a wall on the interior of a large conical cylinder. When the ride spins up to operating speeds, the panel and rider slide up toward the top of the conical cylinder. When the ride decelerates, the panel moves downward. While the ride was being operated in a fashion contrary to operational instructions, the rider reported experiencing pain in her neck, shoulders and upper body. During the ride she tried to get the operator’s attention, but the operator had the music playing loudly and was laughing and did not respond to her. Federal District Court Northern District of Indiana, Cause No.: 2:05 CV 154.
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