A 21-year-old man fell 200 feet (61m) to his death while conducting a daily safety check on the world’s tallest swing attraction. Source
A man who was installing a Ferris Wheel at the children’s amusement park died after a portion of the ride fell and crushed him. Source (in Spanish)
A 25-year-old man sustained injuries to his head, arm and leg after falling from the spinning ride. Witnesses say the man, who removed his seat belt while the ride was cycling, may have been intoxicated. Source (in Spanish)
A 29-year-old woman suffered minor injuries when the kiddie carousel gondola detached and fell to the ground. She was riding with her 18-month old-son, who was not injured. Source (in German)
A park operative suffered leg injuries whilst working on the Dino Roller ride. The operative was air lifted to hospital but his injuries were not life threatening. Source.
A 13-year-old boy fell off a ride at the amusement park and was rushed to hospital, where he later died. Source
A 63-year-old park employee was killed when the new coaster train stuck the man whilst it was in operation. The employee had entered a restricted area. Source (in French)
A 32-year-old woman died after a falling from the 15-year-old Russian-made Wild Mouse coaster. Source
A 56-year-old man died after being ejected from the alpine coaster sled into an embankment for unknown reasons. Investigators said the coaster ride and seat belts were determined to be in working order.