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Westcountry ride remains 'closed until further notice' following... A ride at a Westcountry theme park will remain closed until further notice after a teenager was killed when he was thrown from a similar machine in America. Tyler Jarrell, 18, died after being thrown.. Exeter Express and Echo 1 week ago Also reported by • Tiverton Mid Devon Gazette • Western Morning News • North Devon Journal • Torquay Herald Express
Excessive corrosion blamed for deadly Ohio ride failure (Reuters) - The "catastrophic failure" of a thrill ride that broke apart in July at the Ohio State Fair, killing one person and injuring seven others, stemmed from excessive corrosion in a support.. Reuters 2 weeks ago
Westcountry ride shut down in wake of fatal accident in USA A ride at a Westcountry theme park has been shut down in the wake of the tragic failure of an attraction in the USA which killed an 18 year old. Tyler Jarrell, 18, died after the Fireball ride, also.. Exeter Express and Echo 3 weeks ago Also reported by • Tiverton Mid Devon Gazette • Western Morning News • Torquay Herald Express High school student who was killed in Ohio State Fair accident had joined US Marines a week before Seven others were left badly injured after one of the rides at the Ohio State Fair malfunctioned on Wednesday Independent on July 28, 2017
Marine Tyler Jarrell killed on Ohio State Fair Fireball Tyler Jarrell, 18, of Reynoldsburg, Ohio has been identified by the State Highway Patrol as the young man who was killed while riding The Fireball, five days after enlisting. MailOnline on July 27, 2017 Dutch manufacturer suspends ride that killed one at Ohio fair (Reuters) - The Dutch manufacturer of the ride that killed one man and injured seven other people at the Ohio State Fair on Thursday instructed operators to suspend use of similar rides. Reuters on July 27, 2017
Ohio fair ride accident: 'People came flying out' One person was killed and several injured in the accident at Ohio's State Fair. BBC News on July 27, 2017 Ohio State Fair ride malfunction leaves 1 dead and 7 hurt A young woman who was on the amusement ride that malfunctioned at the Ohio State Fair said that her seat began 'shaking' just moments before the fatal crash that claimed the life of one. MailOnline on July 27, 2017
Ohio State Fair ride just moments before it malfunctions and throws victims into the air leaving one person dead (WARNING: DISTRESSING VIDEO) The horrifying incident which has been described as the "worst tragedy in the fair's history" took place on the opening night Daily Record on July 27, 2017 Teenager killed at Ohio State Fair after ride breaks and hurls him into air Screams were heard as eight passengers were thrown to the ground Independent on July 27, 2017 Ohio State Fair ride accident kills one and injures several A spinning pendulum ride tossed its passengers into the air at high speed, officials say. BBC News on July 27, 2017