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Disneyland Tram Incident Leaves Two Guests Hospitalized

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  • Disneyland Tram Incident Leaves Two Guests Hospitalized

    http://www.latimes.com/business/la-m...ck=1&cset=true

    Last Friday, a lady stood up in a tram and incurred minor injuries when she fell as it made a turn. A second lady fell while attemping to reach for the first...causing a serious injury to her head. The first has since left the hospital.

    It's too bad that irresponsible people always seem to find a way to get hurt...regardless of what type of a ride they are on. Fortunately, the parking lot trams do not fall under the jurisdiction of DOSH as they are not considered a theme park ride.

    Nevertheless, I hope Disneyland doesn't overreact by adding restraints to the trams. I'm so tired of those who are responsible having to suffer the consequences of the negligent.
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