France roller coaster death: Woman dies after falling Formula 1 Coaster

Cheryl Sanders
July 7, 2020

"Some had been on the prime when the carousel stopped".

In August of 2005, four people were injured when a auto derailed an slammed into a metal pole, just one month after 11 more people were hurt in a similar incident.

The woman fell off Parc Saint Paul's Formula One roller coaster "while it was in operation" at about 1:45 p.m. local time Saturday, according a statement from the park shared with NBC News.

The 32-year-old sufferer is alleged to have gone to the park for the primary time to have fun the birthday of her 2-year-old little one, alongside along with her sister, husband and mom.

Another witness added: "We have seen children feeling sick or crying".

Witnesses said her husband managed to catch her by her ankle, but in the speed of the turn he lost his grip.

"The groups have taken care of the guests and households affected".

Campion said of this afternoon's tragedy: 'The firefighters intervened and tried unsuccessfully to resuscitate the victim'. No other person was injured in this accident.

The mother was riding the park's Formula One ride with her husband Allen when she was thrown over the safety bar to her death in front of horrified family members.

An skilled concluded that the accident was attributable to "the sufferer's inappropriate behaviour".

Another deadly incident occurred on the same roller coaster in 2009, park president Gilles Campion told CNN. Four people were seriously injured after it slammed into a metal pole, Le Parisien reports.

The assertion from the corporate added: "The park space has been utterly lower off for guests".

A month earlier, 11 people were hurt under similar circumstances.

"All the teams join the family to express their deepest sadness following this event".

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