Woman passes away falling from rollercoaster after other half ‘tries to catch her foot’

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    The Formula 1 flight in Parc Saint-Paul, in France (Picture: YouTube/Theme Park World)

    A female has actually passed away after falling from a rollercoaster in France. 

    The 32-year-old victim was on the Formula 1 flight in Parc Saint-Paul the other day when she slipped over the security bar, according to witnesses.

    Her other half is stated to have actually attempted to get her foot however he was not able to conserve her.

    Witness Farida informed a French news site: ‘My kids wished to get in the carousel, and we heard yelling, then I saw the girl, who was strong, fall. 

    ‘She went over the bar and her husband tried to catch her by the foot.’

    Another individual included: ‘We have seen children feeling sick or crying. Some were at the top when the carousel stopped.’ 

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    The female fell from the rollercoaster and was noticable dead at the scene (Picture: YouTube/Theme Park World)

    The female was taken care of by firemens however she passed away at the scene.

    There were no other injuries reported. 

    The victim was at the amusement park commemorating her kid’s 2nd birthday together with her sibling, mum and other half, according to regional media.

    Parc Saint-Paul management stated in a declaration reported by the Sun: ‘The park location has actually been entirely cut off for visitors.

    ‘The groups have actually looked after the visitors and households impacted.

    ‘All the teams join the family to express their deepest sadness following this event.’

    It’s not the very first time somebody has actually passed away or been hurt at the amusement park.

    A female, 35, passed away on the Formula 1 tourist attraction in 2009 and another 15 individuals were hurt when the Nacelle rollercoaster suffered breakdowns in 2005.

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