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Wonderland says ride in question passed inspection

Wonderland's PR firm said the ride in question underwent an independent insurance inspection after the incident. The results of the inspection found no deficiencies on the ride. (KVII)

Wonderland Amusement Park has issued a new statement regarding a story that has now been shared across the nation.

After a father took a video while riding the Mouse Trap roller coaster showing his 6-year-old son falling to the floor of the cart during the ride, Wonderland has released a new statement.

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The park's PR firm said the ride underwent an independent insurance inspection after the incident. The results of the inspection, according to the PR firm, found no deficiencies on the ride.

The PR firm also sent ABC 7 News a YouTube video with the inspector. However, it is the policy of ABC 7 News to not air provided and edited footage from a PR firm.

ABC 7 News asked to interview the inspector but were told he was already out of town.

Here is the full statement:


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