Well they survived when somebody died on the same ride years ago so this case shouldn't be as bad as that in theory. Although they didn't have Covid and generally fading interest in the park at that point too so who knows? One would assume their insurance will cover the payout as long as they aren't found to have been negligent.
Jesus, not good that. Wonder how bad the financial situation is going never mind the terrible reputationFor what it's worth, here's an update:
The writing is on the wall for this park, and it's written in all caps with neon letters. If I'm understanding LWV's Wikipedia page correctly, the park hasn't had significant additions to its attraction lineup for almost ten years, based on the types of rides that have been added to the park since 2011 or so compared with the types of rides that have been removed in the same time frame. Their headliner rides are slowly reaching their expiration date, and there doesn't seem to be any money to replace them. Their newest coaster is from 2003, the biggest thrill rides from the years shortly after.I can't help but feel this might be the final nail in the coffin for them. Considering they're already 'running at a loss'.