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Is there any update on the Mission: Space death?

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  • Is there any update on the Mission: Space death?

    It seems like there has been an incredibly long time without any update on the determination of the boy's death.

    Is there are date when the results are known? Will it be made public?
    Jiminy Cricket Fan
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    Re: Is there any update on the Mission: Space death?

    According to my friends and co-workers from Epcot, the results have not yet been made public, and unless the results would merit changing the ride in any way, they may be covered or restricted by Disney. Having been on the ride though, I can say pretty safely that it is 99.9% likely that a pre-existing condition is going to be involved.

    I'll keep my ears open!
    In view, a humble vaudevillian veteran, cast vicariously as both victim and villain by the vicissitudes of fate.

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      Re: Is there any update on the Mission: Space death?

      Originally posted by Niyxstyx
      According to my friends and co-workers from Epcot, the results have not yet been made public, and unless the results would merit changing the ride in any way, they may be covered or restricted by Disney. Having been on the ride though, I can say pretty safely that it is 99.9% likely that a pre-existing condition is going to be involved.

      I'll keep my ears open!
      I agree with you. But the news media played it up as something that had to do with the ride. I just thought that if it was a medical problem and it was exposed as that, the ride could get a "all-clear" from the news media.
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