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Man drowns at historic amusement park - cnn.com 7/5/06

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  • Man drowns at historic amusement park - cnn.com 7/5/06

    RYE, New York (AP) -- A man drowned after wading into a lake at a historic amusement park, the third fatality at the park in as many years, authorities said.

    Won Yong Kim, of Queens, was celebrating July Fourth at Playland Amusement Park with his wife and 5-year-old son Tuesday when he waded into the man-made lake and began struggling in the water, said Westchester County Public Safety Commissioner Thomas Belfiore.
    full story at http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/07/05/par....ap/index.html
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    Re: Man drowns at historic amusement park - cnn.com 7/5/06

    That lake is obviously too intense. They should make a less intense version.

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      Re: Man drowns at historic amusement park - cnn.com 7/5/06

      3 deaths in 2 years?? See no one ever hears about this stuff - only those that die in Disney Parks
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        Re: Man drowns at historic amusement park - cnn.com 7/5/06

        What was he doing wading in the lake in the first place?

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          Re: Man drowns at historic amusement park - cnn.com 7/5/06

          There's always at least a few bozos in a park doing stuff they shouldn't be doing. You can't legislate against stupidity, no matter how hard you try.
          Warning: Portions of this attraction are intense and may not be appropriate for younger children.

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            Re: Man drowns at historic amusement park - cnn.com 7/5/06

            I swear people need to take a test before being allowed in amusement/theme parks.

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