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Park Injuries Reported

Central Florida theme-park attractions must report incidents and injuries to guests at their theme parks every quarter. The latest report is out and there are 10 incidents added to the list as reported by the Orlando Sentinel. Again it’s your usual assortment of broken bones, chest pains, and dizziness that could be related to anything, and not necessarily the fault of the theme park in question. If anything the trend is that guests over a certain age need to be more careful as to which attractions they experience, especially if they have pre-existing conditions.

Check the Sentinel’s database of incidents online.

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  1. I take a lot of those injury reports with a grain of salt. When I visited Orlando just this month, I saw very many adults and children doing silly things like standing up in the cars or putting their hands overboard in Small World…One gentleman went as far as trying to rock the boat in Epcot Mexico to soak us. IMO Disney is the safest park I have ever been to. :D It says a lot that there are so few injuries what with some of the behavior I have seen!

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