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This is a summary of notable incidents that have taken place at amusement parks, water parks, or theme parks currently owned or managed by Six Flags. This list is not intended to be a comprehensive list of every such event, but only those that have a significant impact on the parks or park operations, or are otherwise significantly newsworthy. In some cases, incidents occurred while the park was under different management or owners. Ferris wheel Amusement park is the more generic term for a collection of amusement rides and other entertainment attractions assembled for the purpose of entertaining a fairly large group of people. ... Fun at a water park Aerial view of Sunway Lagoon, a popular Water Park in Malaysia. ... Ferris wheel Amusement park is the more generic term for a collection of amusement rides and other entertainment attractions assembled for the purpose of entertaining a fairly large group of people. ... For the national flags of Texas, see Six flags over Texas. ...


The term incidents refers to major accidents, injuries, or deaths that occur at a park. While these incidents were required to be reported to regulatory authorities due to where they occurred, they usually fall into one of the following categories:

  1. Caused by negligence on the part of the guest. This can be refusal to follow specific ride safety instructions, or deliberate intent to break park rules.
  2. The result of a guest's known or unknown health issues.
  3. Negligence on the part of the park, either by ride operator or maintenance.
  4. Act of God or a generic accident (eg slipping and falling), that is not a direct result of an action on anybody's part.

Please see the references for each listed item for specific details. Act of God is a common legal term for events outside of human control, such as sudden floods or other natural disasters, for which no one can be held responsible. ...


Six Flags America

Main article: Six Flags America

Six Flags America, is a theme park located in Largo in unincorporated Prince Georges County, Maryland. ...

Octopus

  • On August 3, 2007, an unidentified 6-year-old girl fell from the Octopus while the ride was in motion and suffered minor injuries to her head, hip, and leg. Reports from eyewitnesses vary on the distance she fell, ranging from 4 feet to 25 feet. Park officials said that they believe she fell because she was standing up while the ride was moving.[1]

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Two Face: The Flip Side

  • On October 6, 2007, the ride malfunctioned causing the cars to become stuck on the ramp. Once the cars became dislodged, the hydraulic line was severed and hydraulic fluid was sprayed onto multiple riders. In total, twelve people needed medical attention, two of whom were taken to the hospital to be treated.[2]

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Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

“Marine World” redirects here. ...

Boomerang

  • On August 24, 1999, 28 passengers were stranded on the Boomerang ride for several hours. The lifting device that pulled the train up an incline failed to release the train, and riders were rescued by firefighters in cherry pickers.[3]

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Scat-a-bout

  • On September 4, 1999 a boy was injured when he slipped below the restraining bar on the Scat-a-bout, a "scrambler"-type ride. The boy was thrown from the ride and landed in a nearby planter, receiving cuts on his legs.[4] The park later alleged that the accident was the result of the nine-year-old boy intentionally sliding beneath the safety restraint.[5]

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Starfish

  • In May, 2001 Silvia Zavala, 41, was thrown from the ride when a restraining bar failed as the result of a pneumatic valve being incorrectly installed. Zavala landed on the pavement and suffered head and knee injuries. Her later lawsuit named both the park and ride manufacturer Chance Rides as responsible parties.[6]
  • On June 8, 2002 Madeline Truitt-Melgoza, a 4-year-old girl, was critically injured when she slipped beneath the restraining bar and fell from the Starfish ride, receiving critical head injuries.[7]Investigators later blamed park employees for incorrectly seating the girl and not having proper signage indicating the proper seating arrangement for a larger and smaller rider. [8]

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Animal Attacks

  • On January 5, 1996 two trainers were attacked by cougars during an exercise session. Trainer Greg Lee was in the cougar enclosure to take one of the animals for a walk. The cougars, Zuni and Tonto, had been playing amongst themselves and began aggressively playing with Lee, causing him severe cuts on his face and upper torso. Backup trainer Chad Zierenberg suffered minor cuts and bruises in his attempt to free Lee.[9]
  • On July 31, 1998, Kuma, a two year old Bengal tiger attacked and seriously injured Jaunell Waldo of San Jose, California and slightly injured trainer Chad Zierenberg. The incident happened in a secluded area of the park set up to do private photo sessions with the big cats. The tiger was apparently startled when Waldo fell off the photo platform and landed on top of her. Zierenberg suffered a clawing while trying to free Waldo who received serious injuries to her head and upper torso.[10]
  • On June 2, 2004, a 23 year old African elephant named Micha gored trainer Patrick Chapple in her enclosure as Chapple walked beside her. This was Micha's second aggressive act following a previous swipe at a trainer two years prior.[11]

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Six Flags Fiesta Texas

Six Flags Fiesta Texas is a 200-acre theme park located at 29. ...

Guest altercations

  • On July 11, 2007, park employees confronted a 37-year-old man who was acting suspiciously with a video camera. San Antonio police were called, and he was arrested for allegedly secretly videotaping young girls at the water park. He was charged with improper photography or visual recording, or taping someone without consent to arouse or gratify the sexual desire of a person.[12]

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Six Flags Great Adventure

Six Flags Great Adventure is a theme park in Jackson Township, New Jersey, located 67 miles from New York City, 58 miles from Newark and 50 miles from Philadelphia, consisting of a theme park area, a Wild Safari area, and a water park, Hurricane Harbor. ...

Rolling Thunder

  • On August 16, 1981, 20-year-old park employee Scott Tyler of Middletown fell to his death from the Rolling Thunder roller coaster during a routine test run. An investigation by the New Jersey Labor Department concluded that the man may not have secured himself with the safety bar. A park representative later confirmed this conclusion, saying that the employee "may have assumed an unauthorized riding position that did not make use of safety restraints." The ride was inspected, and the Labor Department concluded that the ride was "operationally and mechanically sound."[13]

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Haunted Castle

On May 11, 1984, eight teenagers were trapped and killed in a fire at the Haunted Castle at Six Flags Great Adventure attraction in Jackson Township, New Jersey. The attraction was made of 17 connected trailers, and had been installed six years earlier to be a temporary attraction. Because the Haunted Castle was not considered to be a permanent structure, it was never inspected by the Jackson Township fire inspector and was not required to have the same level of fire safety equipment as other park structures. While many details about the incident are unknown, testimony during the subsequent trials stated that in a long corridor that was dark because of a malfunctioning strobe light, a 14-year-old boy lit a cigarette lighter in order to see, eventually bumping into and igniting some foam rubber wall padding. The resulting fire spread quickly through the maze-like structure due to the use of various flammable building materials. The entire attraction was destroyed. Fourteen people, including four park employees, escaped. Seven people were treated for smoke inhalation at an area hospital. Firefighters from 11 towns were called to the scene.[14][15] For other uses, see Haunted Castle (disambiguation). ... is the 131st day of the year (132nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... This article is about the year. ... For other uses, see Haunted Castle (disambiguation). ... Jackson Township, named after Andrew Jackson, is a township in Ocean County, New Jersey, United States. ...


Great Adventure and its parent company Six Flags Corporation were charged with aggravated manslaughter. The prosecution contended they were reckless in not taking adequate precautions against fire; and that the disaster occurred due to the combustibility of the building, lack of sufficient emergency exits, and the lack of fire alarms and sprinkler systems.[16] The defense cited a 1983 report by fire inspectors, which concluded that the attraction was safe for operation. Expert witnesses on the defense team stated that the fire might have been started intentionally. The park's owners faced maximum combined fines of $1.2 million. It was reported that they spent $6 million for their defense. The companies were acquitted on all criminal charges by a New Jersey Superior Court jury on July 20, 1985, in Toms River, New Jersey.[17][18] The Superior Court is the state court in the U.S. state of New Jersey, with state-wide trial and appellate jurisdiction. ... is the 201st day of the year (202nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... This article is about the year. ... The Township of Toms River is a township in Ocean County, New Jersey, United States, and the county seat of Ocean CountyGR6. ...


The families of those who were killed later sued Great Adventure and Six Flags, charging them with manslaughter and aggravated manslaughter.[19] One suit was reported to have been settled by the payment of $2.5 million to the victim's family.[20]


Lightnin' Loops

  • On June 17, 1987, 19-year-old Karen Brown died after falling from the Lightnin' Loops shuttle loop roller coaster.[21] An investigation by the State Labor Department concluded that the ride itself was operating properly, but that the ride operator started the ride without checking that all of the passengers were secured by the safety harnesses. The Department's Office of Safety Compliance further concluded that the accident would not have occurred had proper procedures been followed. The park was found to be in violation of the Carnival/Amusement Ride Safety Act and was subsequently charged with the maximum state fines of $1,000. The ride was reopened a few months later with the permission of the Labor Department.[citation needed]

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Six Flags Great America

Six Flags Great America is the Chicago metropolitan areas Six Flags theme park located in Gurnee, Illinois. ... is the 253rd day of the year (254th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... OSHA logo The United States Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is an agency of the United States Department of Labor. ...

Cajun Cliffhanger

Main article: Cajun Cliffhanger
  • On July 19, 2000, a 12-year-old girl from McHenry suffered two crushed toes after the floor of the ride was improperly raised prior to the ride coming to complete stop. A second guest also had her foot trapped in this accident. The ride was permanently shut down as part of an out-of-court settlement. In the ten years prior to this accident, there were thirteen other reported incidents involving the Cajun Cliffhanger ride, at least six of which involved injuries.[23]

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Camp Cartoon Network

  • On August 16, 2006, 10-year-old Jaclyn Silberman from Arlington Heights, Illinois collapsed and died after riding rides in the Camp Cartoon Network area. An autopsy showed that she died of a congenital heart condition. Her family says that she had a history of heart trouble.[24]

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The Demon

  • In 1998, 23 riders on the Demon roller coaster were stranded upside-down in the middle of a vertical loop. Firefighters used a cherry picker to bring riders to safety, although some were on the ride for as long as three hours. The incident was the result of a mechanical failure.[25]

The Demon is a multi-looping roller coaster at Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, IL with an identical twin at Great America in Santa Clara, CA. Both coasters opened in 1976 as Turn of the Century and were remodeled to the Demon in 1980. ... The Demon is a multi-looping roller coaster at Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, IL with an identical twin at Great America in Santa Clara, CA. Both coasters opened in 1976 as Turn of the Century and were remodeled to the Demon in 1980. ... Image:Cherrypickers. ...

The Edge

  • On May 22, 1984, 3 unnamed teenage boys were seriously injured when the ride vehicle fell back down the lift shaft.[26]

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Hurricane Harbor

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Ragin' Cajun

  • On May 29, 2004, 52-year-old ride mechanic Jack Brouse of Zion, Illinois was killed by a roller-coaster car as he attempted to cross the tracks. Suffering from a traumatic head injury, he died at a local hospital.[28]

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Raging Bull

  • On May 3, 2003, 11-year-old Erica Emmons of Gary, Indiana collapsed after riding the Raging Bull coaster. She died after being taken to the hospital. While initial reports said that she died from choking on taffy she had been eating while on the ride, the coroner's report later stated that she died due to an "enlarged heart" heart condition, and had been seeing a cardiologist for treatment.[29]

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Willard's Whizzer

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Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom

Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom, located in Louisville, Kentucky, is the ninth amusement park to use the Six Flags name. ...

Starchaser

  • On July 26, 1994, five unidentified riders were injured when two cars collided in an incident that inspectors said was due to operator error. After the accident, the park filed suit against Louisville, Kentucky television station WHAS-TV for reporting on the accident in a misleading and malicious manner. The station had inaccurately reported that the ride malfunctioned, was dangerous, and that the park had removed a "key component" of the ride. The station lost the lawsuit and was ordered to pay US$3 million to the park.[31]

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Superman Tower of Power

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Vampire

  • During its inaugural season in 1990, the "Vampire" roller coaster stopped mid-run and 24 passengers had to climb down from a 12-story structure.[40]

Six Flags Magic Mountain

  • There were 109 complaints by Magic Mountain guests due to various incidents, according to the 2006 annual report from the Amusement Safety Organization. Some reports were minor, ranging from nose bleeds and heat exhaustion, to neck and back injuries from various rides. Included in those 109 complaints were 18 reports of people blacking out on the Goliath roller coaster. Other complaints were safety-related, such as notices of ride operators talking on cell phones while operating rides. The same report stated that the state of California received notice of 80 injuries at Magic Mountain between January 2001 - December 2006.[41]

Six Flags Magic Mountain is an amusement park located just west of the Valencia neighborhood of Santa Clarita, north of Los Angeles. ...

Colossus

  • In 1978, 20-year-old Carolina Flores was ejected from the Colossus ride, and fell to her death.[42]

Colossus is a wooden roller coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California. ...

Revolution

  • In 1996, part-time employee Cherie LaMotte was killed while crossing the tracks of the Revolution roller coaster. She was struck by a train full of park visitors as it returned to the station; both passengers and those waiting in line for the ride saw LaMotte fly into an area beneath the coaster, and she was pronounced dead at the scene from massive injuries.[42]

Revolution is a steel roller coaster made by Schwarzkopf of Germany. ...

Goliath

  • On June 2, 2001, 28-year-old Pearl Santos died of a brain aneurysm while riding Goliath. Her family sued the park, claiming that managers were aware of other complaints from Goliath riders and continued to operate the coaster anyway.[43]

Goliath is a steel hypercoaster made by Giovanola of Switzerland. ... is the 153rd day of the year (154th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2001 (MMI) was a common year starting on Monday (link displays the 2001 Gregorian calendar). ... A cerebral or brain aneurysm is a cerebrovascular disorder in which weakness in the wall of a cerebral artery or vein causes a localized dilation or ballooning of the blood vessel. ...

Scream!

  • On April 9, 2004, 21-year-old employee Bantita Rackchamroon died after being struck by the roller coaster Scream while on the tracks during a test run prior to the park's opening that day. The roller coaster was allowed to be re-opened the next day after an OSHA inspection found no mechanical issues.[44]

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Six Flags New England

Main article: Six Flags New England

Six Flags New England, or SFNE, is a theme park in the Six Flags chain of parks, named for the New England region in which it is located. ...

Superman: Ride of Steel

Main article: Superman: Ride of Steel
  • On May 1, 2004, 55-year-old, 230 lb (100 kg) Stanley Mordarsky of Bloomfield, Connecticut fell out of his coaster seat during the last turn on the Superman coaster and was killed. Reports show that the ride attendant had not checked that Mr. Mordarsky's ride restraint was secure[45] as his girth was too large for the T-bar-shaped ride restraint to close properly. His family said that due to his various medical conditions, such as cerebral palsy, he shouldn't have been allowed to ride. The park stated that the Federal Americans With Disabilities Act forbids them from denying a ride to a person with a disability as long as the person can get on the ride by themselves.[46]

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Six Flags Over Georgia

Six Flags Over Georgia is a 230-acre theme park located west of Atlanta, in Austell, Georgia. ...

Batman: The Ride

  • In May 2002, 58-year-old Samuel Milton Guyton, a Six Flags employee, was struck in the head by the legs of a passenger after entering a restricted area during the ride's operation. He died in the hospital as a result of the injury.[47]

Goliath

  • In July 2006, 45-year-old Michael Corry of Birmingham, Alabama died of a heart attack while riding Goliath. He was alert during the ride, but was unconscious when the train arrived at the loading platform. Autopsy showed that the man had a congenital heart condition, and it was expected that the medical examiner would announce that he died of natural causes.[48] Goliath was closed for two hours for an inspection, but was found to be operating normally.

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Great Air Race

  • On May 27, 1984, 34 passengers were injured after a computer malfunction caused the ride's cables to drop the planes out of position.[49]

Mind Bender

  • On June 3, 1984, a mechanical problem caused a train to stop abruptly, sending four people to a hospital. The ride was repaired and put back into service with no more problems.[49]

Mind Bender is a steel roller coaster located at Six Flags Over Georgia near Atlanta, Georgia. ...

Six Flags St. Louis

Main article: Six Flags St. Louis

Six Flags St. ...

River King Mine Train / Rail Blazer

  • In July 1984, a 46-year-old woman was riding the Rail Blazer roller coaster when she was flung from the ride and fell 20 feet to her death. Park officials claimed that the woman fainted and fell out of the car, but her husband, who had been beside her, said that she had not fainted but had simply been tossed from the ride when it whipped around a curve. At the time, the ride was only the third stand-up roller coaster in the world, but following this incident it was converted to a sit-down coaster.[50]

River King Mine Train is a steel roller coaster at Six Flags St. ...

The Sky-Way

  • On July 26, 1978, a gondola slipped off its cable and fell to the ground, resulting in the deaths of two children and an adult, and seriously injuring one other person.[citation needed]

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Six Flags Over Texas

Main article: Six Flags Over Texas

This article is about the theme park. ...

Texas Tornado

  • On March 12, 2006, seven people suffered minor injuries when the Texas Tornado was brought to an abrupt stop and several swing seats collided with each other. One person was sent to the hospital after complaints of back pain, the others were treated at the on-site first aid station. [51]

Roaring Rapids

  • On March 21, 1999, 28-year-old Valeria Cartwright drowned, and 10 other guests were injured, when the raft they were on overturned in 2-3 feet of water due to sudden deflation of the air chambers that support the raft. The raft then got caught on an underwater pipe, which provided leverage for the rushing water in the ride to flip the boat over.[52] In a subsequent settlement, Six Flags agreed to pay US$4 million to the Cartwright family, and the company would join the Cartwrights in a lawsuit against Canyon Manufacturing Co., the company responsible for parts that were related to the accident.[53]

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