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British tourist loses fingertips on PoTC Ride at WDW

AJ

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The incident occurred on Thursday morning on the log flume ride, which has since been reopened.

Bo Jones of the Reedy Creek Fire Department told WKMG that the victim was an adult male from the United Kingdom who lost the tip of his ring and pinky finger on his right hand.

The man was taken to a local hospital and, following checks, Disney officials confirmed the ride was safe.

Officials have said it remains unclear how the victim’s fingers were injured.

Source:http://www.independent.co.uk/news/w...ys-pirates-of-the-caribbean-ride-9599755.html
 

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^ Yes, that is off-topic. Please set up another one or PM him if you want a direct answer. Thanks.
 

Lofty

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joshuadrooney said:
Nice to see Disney cares about the priorities. Can't stand these American parks, that just about sums up why.
Please explain the different between 'American parks' and parks across the world in reference to their Health and Safety mindset?
 

joshuadrooney

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Lofty said:
joshuadrooney said:
Nice to see Disney cares about the priorities. Can't stand these American parks, that just about sums up why.
Please explain the different between 'American parks' and parks across the world in reference to their Health and Safety mindset?

I did not mention health and safety. As discussing health and safety would be off topic, and against the rules, I cannot do so.
 
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