Local

Riverside girl, 8, hit in face by cell phone while riding Magic Mountain roller coaster – Press Telegram

LOS ANGELES – An 8-year-old Riverside girl who was hit in the face by a cell phone while riding a roller coaster in Magic Mountain needed 10 stitches to close the wound and her family is looking for answers about how it happened. according to media reports.

Josh Evans told Fox 11 her daughter was hit in the forehead by a phone that flew from the hand of another rider on the Twisted Colossus roller coaster on Six Flags Magic Mountain over the weekend of July 4th. Evie Evans was treated by first aid personnel at Magic Mountain, but later went to an emergency room and needed points to treat the wound.

Evie Evans and her mother Della were sitting together on the roller coaster. Evie was hit by the phone and started screaming, her father told Fox 11. Evie picked up the phone and turned it into park staff.

Six Flags, in a statement released to Fox 11, said the park’s policy “strictly prohibits all loose items on rides” and that “guests must follow all written and verbal instructions for safe driving.”

Evans told Fox 11 he was not happy with the park’s response.

“I guess it was a friendly way of saying they don’t take responsibility for what happened,” he said in an email to Fox 11. “So who’s to blame here?”

Riverside girl, 8, hit in face by cell phone while riding Magic Mountain roller coaster – Press Telegram Source link Riverside girl, 8, hit in face by cell phone while riding Magic Mountain roller coaster – Press Telegram

Related Articles

Back to top button