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Family of boy who died after Disney ride awaits return of body- AP- 6/16/05


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  • Family of boy who died after Disney ride awaits return of body- AP- 6/16/05

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    SELLERSVILLE, Pa. -- The father of a Pennsylvania boy who died after going on a Walt Disney World ride was preparing to have his son's body sent home to the family.

    ``Right now ... we're concentrating on getting Daudi home,'' Moses Bamuwamye said outside his Sellersville home late Wednesday.

    Bamuwamye, a native of Uganda who works for the United Nations, was on a business trip to Belgium when his 4-year-old son, Daudi, died Monday after riding ``Mission: Space.''

    There were no signs of trauma on the boy, who had gone to Disney's Epcot theme park with his mother and 8-year-old sister. Autopsy results are expected to take up to a month.

    The family was planning a viewing and funeral Saturday morning at Bethel Baptist Church in Sellersville.
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