Darien Lake Accident

July 9, 2011 by staff 

Darien Lake AccidentDarien Lake Accident, A veteran, who survived a roadside bomb in Iraq three years ago, died Friday when he fell from a roller coaster at Darien Lake Theme Park. The reports of the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office James Thomas Hackemer, 29, carry the “Ride of Steel” roller coaster at about 5:30 pm, when he was expelled because he was operating. Hackemer received fatal injuries when he ejected.

Hackemer, who lived with his parents in Gowanda, visiting the park with his sister and her children? But officials said the children were not on the ride with him.

Investigators said Hackemer – who lost both legs and suffered brain damage when the car was in the success of a bomb in 2008 – was a passenger in the front seat of the race. Initial investigation indicated that both restrictions were working properly, they said. Officials said he fell into a “little hill”. Darien Lake has published a statement on its website:

“July 8, 2011 -. Darien Lake Theme Park Resort is deeply saddened by an incident that occurred at 5:30 pm today in the Walk of steel One adult male guest left the tour and unfortunately, the guest has spent We’re currently investigating. The circumstances of the situation with local authorities. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of the guests at this time.

Our customers should rest assured that nothing is more important than the safety of our guests and team members. More data will be shared with our customers and the public once confirmed. Paseo steel will not work until the investigation is complete. The rest of the park is in operation. ”
Security experts at Darien Lake and the Department of Genesee County Sheriff continue their investigation. The ride will remain closed until the New York State Department of Labor determines that able to be reopened.

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